Sharing knowledge with the next generation, passing on the art of know-how has always been a cornerstone of the craftsman's craft. With a profound meaning, the transmission of a wealth of skills, values and experiences that would otherwise be lost forever. For a long time manual skill and technical work were considered "less" than the theory. Yet the hands are in close connection with the head.
The demonstration is the strong propensity of young people to become digital artisans responding to the atheistic need of man to express his personality through the realization of objects. The drive to work with your head and hands is much more felt than you think and maybe it is the starting point to return to a slow pace as it requires craftsmanship integrating it with the speed and creativity favored by technological tools.
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