Waag, an interview with Miha Turšič

“I would prefer that when somebody is providing a mobility opportunity, they would also provide all the needed conditions and resources for the artists to participate. For example, coming to the place, living there, doing your job, and then moving on. It would be important for makers to have a form of social security to do these activities.”

Buinho, an interview with Carlos Alcobia

“I can see a big social impact when people come from abroad and try to develop their projects in our space. When I say this, I don’t include only the makers. Residents can be writers for example, or visual artists, or people that want to be embedded somehow in the artist community.”

Digijeunes, an interview with Simone Ferrecchia,

“From the start, when we set up the organization, we engaged with mobility programs. That’s how we learned to do our work, because each time, it was an exchange of experiences and good practices!”

Foreningen Maker, an interview with Malte Hertz Jansen

“A lot of things happened in the last 10 years or so, in terms of who we define as a maker or what kind of technologies or machinery they are using. In any case, it’s always nice to see people are using the term maker in the broadest sense.”

SYN Fab Lab, an interview with Olivia Kotsifa

“Makers really need to be open to blend in with the community in order to relate with them and collaborate efficiently, proposing solutions that address actual needs or to get to know their culture and way of working, to achieve good outcomes.”

Open Dot, an interview with Enrico Bassi

“Creativity for makers is more like a process. It is not that much about being artistic or extravagant, it’s more like approaching a point in a specific way, figuring out solutions.”