Anuradha Reddy
(dr. - she/her)

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Hello! I am a design researcher with a critical making practice via craftivisms, hardware hacks, and re-appropriation of data technologies.

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I am a design researcher with a critical making practice via craftivisms, hardware hacks and re-appropriations of data-driven technologies. 

Open Hardware Project: Moon-phases + Period tracking Calendar

Research Article: Artificial Everyday Creativity

Open Hardware Talk: Knotty Hardware

Research Workshop: Venetian Drawing Conversations

Research Pictorial: Drawing Conversations Mediated by AI

Research Pictorial: Exploring Kolam As An Ecofeminist Computational Art Practice

Open Hardware Project: BOOB-Factor Authentication in Banjara Embroidery

Open Hardware Project: Internet of Towels - Knotty Articulations

Open Hardware Project: Secure Your Home IoT with the CryptoCrochet-Key

Open Hardware Project: Make Your Own Resistor Cushion

Research Article: Making Everyday Things Talk

Research Workshop: More-Than-Human Design & AI

PhD Dissertation: Researching IoT Through Design

Research Workshop: Encountering Ethics In Data-Enabled IoT

Research Article: The Role of Participation in Designing For IoT

Book chapter: Feeling At Home with the Internet of Things

Research Article: Platform Ethics in Technology

Research Article: Where is the Interface?

Research Project: Thing (Data) Perspectives

Research Project: Ethnography of Open Street Mapping

Research Project: Living with a Smart Plug

Research Workshop: Subverting IoT Futures

Venetian Drawing Conversations 🎭️🎨

ACM Creativity & Cognition 2022
Paulina Yurman, Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard, James Pierce, Nadia Campo Woytuk, Anuradha Venugopal Reddy, and Matt Malpass. 2022. Venetian Drawing Conversations. In Creativity and Cognition (C&C '22). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 457–461.

Workshop Abstract
This one-day workshop invites designers, researchers and practitioners whose work might involve design, to collectively speculate about designed artefacts and technologies through the creation of drawing conversations: visual dialogues resulting from the merging of drawings created by different people. The workshop aims to use drawing as an activity for collaborative engagement with ambiguity, interpretation and mutual learning. Through drawing activities, we aim to join in Venice's rich creative traditions, and develop speculative visualisations in order to find common grounds between the diverse research interests of our organisers and participants.

Workshop Website & Gallery