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Friday, November 24 • 14:00 - 17:00
Building African Robots LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

Join African Robots in making an electronic Majuru (Shona for Termite) with master wire artist Lewis Kaluzi and project lead Ralph Borland. We will be assembling several prototype Majuru kits from wire parts, motors and electronic components.

This is the latest insect prototype in the African Robots series. African Robots is a project to catalyse new forms of production in the street wire art scene, combining knowledge of handcraft, mechanics and electronics.

See its predecessor African Ant
And visit AfricanRobots.net



Speakers
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Ralph Borland

African Robots
Ralph is an artist, designer and researcher. He holds a multi-disciplinary PhD from the School of Engineering at Trinity College, Dublin. His African Robots project aims to link art and design to social intervention.
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Lewis Kaluzi

Master wire artist, African Robots
Lewis has been making wire art for most of his life. He has plied his trade across Southern Africa, making work for local and foreign clients. Lewis is part of African Robots, a project introducing electronic and mechanical forms to street wire art.


Friday November 24, 2017 14:00 - 17:00
Workshop B

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