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Matt Ratto is Director of the Critical Making Lab in the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto. Ratto coined the term “critical making” to describe hands-on activities to explore the relationship between technology and society. In this interview, the author of DIY Citizenship: Critical Making and Social Media (MIT Press, 2014) speaks about the need to develop situations in order to experiment critically with matter, in order to develop newer understandings of the politics of technology.
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