My practice is located at the intersection of visual arts and design. I’m interested in using arts as a means to challenge the ways we look at and think about the world around us – I’m aiming to challenge established narratives, dominant views and biased gazing. Prior to studying in the Class for Spatial & Exhibition Design at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK), my creative approach was shaped by studying the theoretical frameworks of communication and working as an educator at the Ravensbrück Memorial. Fields of study such as the formation of identity, queer and cultural studies as well as collective memory are themes which continuously inform my research. I’ve had the pleasure of working with many commercial and noncommercial institutions and companies to realise web, graphic and exhibition concepts and designs, some of which you can find listed below. For collaborations, questions and other inquiries, do not hesitate to get in touch with me via firstname.lastname@example.org or to go have a look at my Instagram.
Since 2018 University of the Arts Berlin Visual Communications (B.A.) Class for Spatial & Exhibition Design (Prof. Gabi Schillig) ↗2017–2018 University of Applied Sciences Potsdam Interface Design (B.A.)2016–2017 University of Amsterdam Communication Science (B.Sc.)
Since 2019 University of the Arts Berlin Institute of History & Theory of Design ↗ Teaching Assistant (Prof. Dr. Kathrin Peters)2018–2019 AgProp ↗ Designer2015–2016 Ravensbrueck Memorial ↗ Educator (social service)Since 2015 Freelance Concept and Design