Kjetil Sandvik, University of Copenhagen
I have spent my first project secondment at the Makers in Sheffield. It has been the most inspiring month observing the work of Lisa and James Wallbank and having discussions on making and what we may consider the core features of a makerspace to be. This has resulted in suggesting that a makerspace just as much as being an actual space where people meet to be makeative is a specific mind-set – makerspaceness – that we bring with us and that will code whatever physical space we may inhabit a specific
makerspaced way. Some of this thoughts, however preliminary and work-in-progress’ish, have been put down in these powerpoint slides.