“I’m always trying to destabilize not only the perception of whether something is made by hand or machine but also destabilize how we assign value once we know.”
– American artist Laura Splan, on her commitment to a hands-on process of computation. “I very much insist that anything I do on the computer is done ‘by hand,’ whether writing code, unfolding proteins, or manipulating vector waveforms with a stylus pen,” she tells writer Anna Mikaela Ekstrand.

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