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A media for DiYers and creative communities, full on info on labs, those of open tinkering, circular economy, as well as those of university fablabs. A website based on experimentation. Makery is a project in perpetual beta testing, operating in DIY mode, brick by brick.
Makery is an online information media (newsletter, website, social networks) founded by Digital Art International in June 2014. It is led by Anne-Cécile Worms and hosted by Magazine des Cultures Digitales, 44 rue Albert Thomas, Paris 10th arrondissement. It aims to cover the dynamism and give out information on the creative communities and the scene of labs, fablabs (fabrication laboratories, terminology born in the United States within the Medialab of MIT in 2001), makerspaces (for community tinkering), hackerspaces (spaces self-managed by people wanting to divert technologies), medialabs (dedicated to new media experimentation), living labs (also known as third places, they encompass users-industries co-design in processes of innovation and experimentation), biohacklabs (the scientific, DIYbio and bioinformatics version of hacklabs), artlabs (dedicated to artistic production).
It is a media in DIY mode: with its small team, Makery progressively grows in an open, transparent and participative manner, following the principles of digital ethics born by the lab wave.
— Source: Makery's website