A catalogue published along side the 2013 exhibition at CRAFT Victoria. The book contains an introduction by Joe Pascoe and a short essay by Paul Loh and David Leggett questioning: Can craft be digital?

Abstract: Machining Aesthetics shows us the direction in which the modern world could go. It is an optimistic exhibition, demonstrating that technology is capable of human outcomes. It honours the time and space we are all in now - an exciting demonstration of moving from design to craft, a theme that returns the power of making to both sides of the digital divide.