Marc Greuther is chief curator of The Henry Ford and curator of their industrial and design collections. He has a bachelors of arts from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London and over 20 years of experience with industrial technology at The Henry Ford. His seven years as a member of the institution’s Historic Operating Machinery unit involved him in the operation and troubleshooting of a wide range of artifacts, from 19th century machine tools and steam engines to late 20th century robots and production equipment. His studies in art history and the history of technology have tended to focus on their overlapping areas rather than their contrasts. Greuther has written articles for the Society for the History of Technology’s quarterly Technology and Culture and more recently Make magazine. His current projects include advisory input on a PBS documentary on electricity and content for The Henry Ford’s OnInnovation website.