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Hackers & Designers: Coded Bodies

In 2019 the trans*disciplinary[1] collective H&D invited its community to investigate the intersections of technology and the (human, post-human, trans-human, non-human) body from a maker’s perspective. On a daily basis our bodies are being scanned, tracked, debugged, rendered, manipulated, and categorized by different kinds of computational processes and measuring devices. By creating shared moments of learning and unlearning, we posed questions such as: How are we, as users and makers, able to understand our bodies’ relationships to computation?

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