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Benjamin Cowden began working with metal during an undergraduate anthropology project in Cameroon in 1997, where he studied how Baka Pygmies turned worn machetes into utility knives. He began making mechanical sculpture as a graduate student at SIU Carbondale in 2004. Making work that viewers can touch and use is central to his work, and he focused on interactive mechanical devices that addressed human experience. After receiving his M.F.A., he relocated to Oakland, California.