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˥ Telepoesie 2008 [video link] (photo by Martin Diebel)
˥ Litfaß [in cooperartion with Jochen Maria Weber ]"
˥ »Pen Tam Tam« at the immergut festival 2013 (photo by Robert Page)
˥ iPad application at the »Bürger Dialog« (2012) (commissioned by: mediapool Berlin)"
˥ »beuys loopstation« at the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (in cooperation with: Stephan Kurkowski, Lena Roob)(2012) [video link]
˥ booklet Nr. 3188 (of 28000) for Page Magazine (issue 7.13)
˥ Piano Battle (Paul Cibis and Andreas Kern)
˥ »PROTOTYPE 1.0« by Philipp Reinsberg, Dimitar Genov and Lukas Pressler (course: »MONO IN / POLY OUT« | 2012 | Angewandte, Wien |in cooperation with: Steffen Fiedler and Jonas Loh (studio nand))
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(photo by Matthias Steffen)
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cv ▸ 1982 born in Berlin – 2003 starting my studies of communication design at University of Applied Siences Potsdam – 2005/06 two terms studies of interaction design at k3 (Malmö Högskola) – 2007/08 internship at Local Project LLC (New York City) – 2008 urban intervention class at the Prasons school of Design, New York – 2009/10 Lecturer and Coordinator for the Media Lab at HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd – 2011 graduated from FH-Potsdam

In the past I had the great opportunity to show my work, teach or work for: medialab Madrid, Venice Biennale of Architecture, Berlinische Galerie, Hamburger Bahnhof (Berlin), Ars Electronica, CIID (Copenhagen), Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung, Google ATAP, Audi, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater Schwerin, Philharmonie Berlin, Prinzregenten Theater München and Shanghai Symphony Hall.
currently [01.11.2015] ▸ will be teaching a workshop at the HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd in the middle of November - working on a light design for the new show by Andreas Kern at Radialsystem (Berlin) - like every autumn, i did some work for the Press and Information Office of the Federal Government for there presentation at the Frankfurt Book Fair