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How I
would
describe
myself

Keywords:

hci
ui/ux
physical computing
rapid prototyping
digital social innovation
5/2019

Civic Wave

Raising awareness of government processes by making digital civic and political culture tangible

kinetic information sculpture
physical computing
design as political action
6/2018 – TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

In-between

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4/2018

FLOW

Disrupting and improving work behaviour using machine learning within an IoT environment

speculative design
physical computing
experience prototyping
11/2017 – COLLABORATION

Enlightening Wave

Creating intuitive human resonance in a playful interactive way

interactive installation
rapid prototyping
physical computing
7/2017

Nature's Last Heritage – Coral Reefs

Exploring the functions
of coral reef ecosystems, human influences and their future in the Anthropocene in a travelling multimedia exhibition

exhibition concept
UI/UX
7/2016

Species Interaction Mapping

A concept for visualising interspecific interactions
within an ecosystem

Data Visualisation
UI/UX
1/2016 – COLLABORATION

BOXHORN #32

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7/2015

The Financial Lobbying Network

Learning about the scale
and strategies of financial lobbying within the European Union through an interactive installation

Data Visualisation
Generative Design
UI/UX

Experimental and older projects

Entelechy Drop

12/2017 – COLLABORATION
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Collective Dance

10/2017 – COLLABORATION
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City Fever

07/2015 – COLLABORATION
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– Practitioner

Although I initially started with UI/UX design and the generation of data visualisations, I developed an affinity for physical computing and rapid prototyping. Especially the emergence of ambient computing and its influence on how we interact with devices and digital content led to the exploration of hybrid experiences. By observing systems – their entities and interactions – my projects are driven by research and inspired by the concept of vital experiences.

– Researcher

With a strong focus on design as political action, I explore how the merge between digital technologies and physical objects could create new communication channels into local political culture. How could government information and experiential accounts from citizens become accessible? In what ways can design contribute to the exchange of views and the negotiation of tensions, promoting the notion of agonistic pluralism?

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