Aaron Knochel plans to use fabrication techniques, such as 3-D printing, to crowdsource assistive technologies for children with disabilities. His project will pursue design solutions that enable, empower, and destabilize notions of “normal” in built environments, including but not limited to the exploration of prosthetics that enable art making and expanding art education curriculum. Knochel will partner with Joe Julian, ADRI lead investigator in applied neuroscience, and public health and continuing education organizations.