Design ×
Art ×
Media Studies ×
Technology

 

 

I am working cross-disciplinary at the intersection of media studies, technology, design and art to explore how the interaction with technology is influencing, shaping and creating our understanding of reality – be it by theoretical investigations or by building technological environments.

 

Right now My current research interest for my master thesis centers around the question of machine learning and time (more about the theoretical background can be found here): what kind of temporal frameworks are at work in machine learning systems like neural networks and how does the creation of and the interaction with these networks influence and create our sense of time and lived temporality. Code, data, hardware and user input intertwine and engage in mutual world-making, shaping human and computational epistemology on the way.

 

 

I am currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Media Art and Design at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar DE and in Computer Science (Ingénieur IMAC) at Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Valée FR. I am holding a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Design from HTW Berlin – University of Applied Sciences DE.
Before starting my journey into the world of design and technology I studied Sociology and Japanology at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg DE.

 

I worked for 100 years of bauhaus DE and the Bauhaus Kooperation Berlin Dessau Weimar, which organized the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus throughout Germany in 2019.
A deep interest for japanese aesthetics, thought and design led me to Tokyo where I worked at Taki Corporation JP, one of Tokyo's leading design agencies.

 

 

Fields of interest human-computer-world relations, media studies, philosophy of technology, machine learning, artificial intelligence, critical code and software studies, media art, physical computing and installations, creative coding, digital and computational humanities, speculative and experimental design, human-computer interaction