The current push towards integrating new digital fabrication techniques into all parts of daily life has raised concerns about the changing role of the craftsperson in creative making. The goal of this dissertation is to gain insight into how new technologies can be incorporated into creative practices in a way that effectively supports the goals and workflows of practitioners. To do so, I explore three different cases in which 3D printing, a tool by which complex 3D objects are fabricated from digital designs, is used in tandem with traditional creative practices.
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- Doctoral Dissertation Media Arts and Sciences 2020