How artists and engineers can refigure technology for the full range of human experience.

We are an art, activist, and political technology group, based on the premise that artists and engineers can rectify the imbalances of power and privilege that have been built into most contemporary technologies. Our research results in specific technologies, and helps to further an understanding of the relationships between art, technology, and cultural production. Some of the strategies we practice include interventions in contemporary consumer electronics, creating special events for public situations, and applying technical development to cultural agendas that wouldn't normally receive it. Our central interest is in physically embodied (rather than screen-based) work, and we look to the humanities�specifically to the history, anthropology, and sociology of science and technology�for our theoretical grounding.