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Welcome!

Welcome to the coLAB resource blog. This is where you can find links to some of the work and ideas that will be presented this semester.

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pease_82elevatedboulder

Welcome!

Welcome to the coLAB resource blog. This is where you can find links to some of the work and ideas that will be presented this semester.

Featured / Leave a comment
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StoryCorps!

Storycorps! Great stories, recorded for the future! Check out their website: http://storycorps.org/

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StoryCorps!

Storycorps! Great stories, recorded for the future! Check out their website: http://storycorps.org/

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Informed Consent

Collecting Oral Information FIRST: Introduce yourself and the Project When you approach an individual to be interviewed, it is important that you explain

silhouette-interview

Informed Consent

Collecting Oral Information FIRST: Introduce yourself and the Project When you approach an individual to be interviewed, it is important that you explain

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Frankenstein: Mortal Toys

Frankenstein: Mortal Toys, written by Eric Ehn, Directed by Susan Simpson and Janie Geiser, Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles 2006  Learn more about their work here: http://www.manualarchives.org/automata.htm or Susan’s work here: http://www.susansimpson.info/

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Frankenstein: Mortal Toys

Frankenstein: Mortal Toys, written by Eric Ehn, Directed by Susan Simpson and Janie Geiser, Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles 2006  Learn more about their work here: http://www.manualarchives.org/automata.htm or Susan’s work here: http://www.susansimpson.info/

The Dream

Cabaret Mechical Theatre

Cabaret Mechanical Theatre has been at the forefront of contemporary automata exhibitions for the last 30 years. Paul Spooner’s classic ‘The Dream’ (1984) allows us to peep into a sleeping woman’s bedroom. The lines between the real and imagined are

The Dream

Cabaret Mechical Theatre

Cabaret Mechanical Theatre has been at the forefront of contemporary automata exhibitions for the last 30 years. Paul Spooner’s classic ‘The Dream’ (1984) allows us to peep into a sleeping woman’s bedroom. The lines between the real and imagined are

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How To: make things move

Learn more about how to make things move!

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How To: make things move

Learn more about how to make things move!