Engineering at Home

 photo by Michael J. Maloney

photo by Michael J. Maloney

Engineering at Home is an online design archive of adaptations built by, with, and for Cindy, who became a quadruple amputee late in life. It’s also a manifesto about what counts as engineering, and who counts as an engineer. Read more on the project website. Co-created with Sara Hendren.  Engineering at Home was awarded Honorable Mention for the 2016 New Directions Award given by the General Anthropology Division of the American Anthropological Association.


Exhibit Information

Engineering at Home will be included in the  exhibit: “The Future Starts Here,” Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK (May 12-Nov 4, 2018). For information, see the exhibit website and a story in Wired magazine.

Engineering at Home was included in the exhibit “How Will We Work,” Vienna Biennale, Austria (2017)

Engineering at Home was included in the exhibit “The Body Electric,” Roco Creative Co-op, Sheffield, UK (2017)