Caring with Computers
a conversation between Computational Mama and Diwas Raja Kc
Computational Mama met with Diwas Raja Kc for an online conversation about her practice in relation
to artist-led public pedagogies. Computational Mama’s work explores live coding and computational
thinking as forms of friendship and care. She currently lives in Udaipur, India, in a multi-generational
household of all women and her 5-year-old son. In this rich exchange ranging from feminist theorists,
artists, and coders, they discuss how she chose this moniker as care-giving and motherhood
increasingly impact her practice and strategies of creative facilitation with community.
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