UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS BERLIN
Teaching
2017 – today

Within the position as Artistic Associates at the Institute for Product and Process Design at the Berlin University of the Arts we are conducting projects that explore transformative interventions through design and its material, technical, social, and discursive possibilities.







UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS BERLIN
Teaching
2017 – today


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05 Neobionten I & II - Design Lab #9
2020/21



Lecturers_ Prof. Axel Kufus, Annika Unger, Anja Lapatsch, Nicolas Rauch, Martha Schwindling, Prof. Dr. Sophia Prinz
Cooperation_ Museum of Decorative Arts Berlin

BA and MA students_ Roya Haupt, Jairo Cuicapuza, Catherine Wolter, Marla Gaiser, Moritz Knoll, Yule Post, Aurelia Lehmann, Katharina Matejcek, Emily Dietrich, John Lörinci, Pepita Neureuter, Paula Schwager, Theresa Schwaiger, Anna-Lena Windrich, Thea de Fouchécour, Lukas Dilger, Emma Mende, Esmée Willemsen, Sebastian Müller-Tiburtius

Photos_ Anna-Lena Windrich, Esmée Willemsen, Thea de Fouchécour, Roya Haupt, Pepita Neureuter, Moritz Knoll, Catherine Wolter, John Lörinci, Sebastian Müller-Tiburtius

Neobiota are species (plants, fungi or animals - in our case artifacts) that have become established with human influence in an area where they were not native before. Neobiota are usually characterized by typical traits such as adaptability, high multiplication rate, and often an association with humans. Some established neobiota exert a strong influence on the diversity of their new range.

On this topic, we are organizing Design Lab #9 in cooperation with the Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin. The focus of the project is the transformation of the objects in the collection, so that they can find and establish themselves in new guises in present and future living spaces.

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