Michael Eden shared reflections on the value of making at the 2014 NSEAD National Conference: Digital Futures in art, craft and design education. This thought provoking presentation describes Eden's tools and processes which combine old and new technologies: "I hope that my practice plays a part in demonstrating that the making of thoughtful objects, whether they be art, craft, design or some hybrid mix is an evolutionary process and must continue to evolve in order to make those disciplines relevant to the times that we live in."
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