Designstudenten der Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg präsentieren multimediale Skulpturen und begehbare Rauminstallationen.
Mit Haviv Kapzton, Lee Dothan, Shasha Nevo, Artur Neufeld, Matthias Specht, Mathijs van Rooijen, Maritte Smans, Mitja Schneehage, Kolja Warnecke, Philipp Kessling, Julian Mader, Linna Grage, Katy Hundertmark, Annika Loebel, Sandy Pfaff , Efren Parra
Betreut von Prof. Franziska Hübler mit Unterstützung von Jörn Arne Sandner
With over 5 years of mentorship and guidance under Professor Franziska Hübler (Makers and Company co-founder), University of Applied Arts Masters textile design student Svenja Keune (along with Larissa Müller Computer Science MA) has been chosen as one of the three winners in the Berlin-based DMY; an international design network for contemporary product design. Their work titled, “Emotional Dialogue – Interactive Textile Services” was chosen among 500 entries from 30 different countries.
Like last year, Jeremy was invited to curate a panel and speak at Next Berlin, “The leading European conference for the digital industry.” This year the theme was Post-Digital and had a great line-up of speakers. For Jeremy’s panel, he chose Makers as his topic and was fortunate to have Kyle McDonald and Kate Hartman join him on stage to flesh out the topic.
This past Monday, we hosted an introduction to electronic basics using Arduino for Franziska’s course at the University of Applied Arts – Hamburg and Jeremy’s class at the Miami Ad School Europe. We were supported by microelectronics student Jörn Sandner who illustrated and explained the finer points of fundamental electronics.
Right before our month long sabbatical in the Rocky Mountains, our friends from Freunde von Freunden contacted us to see if they could film their first interview in Hamburg. What followed was a delightful day with Frede and Kaspar talking and showing them our work and favorite locations around the city.
If you program, you know this is the genesis of your first program. It is also the subject of three documentaries on three programming languages (Processing, OpenFrameworks and Pure data) widely used by artists not to mention by us as well
Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle.
May the legacy that is Apple Steve Jobs outlive the tools he made for the rest of us.
The bachelor project Inksphere by Pascal Melcer, Felix Riedel, Jason Wilmans, Christian Hüning, and Malte Eckhoff will be exhibited from October 12th – 21st at the Cinekid in Amsterdam.
Inksphere was developed in the “Interactive Media Facades/ Action Painting” course lead by Prof. Franziska Hübler (design) and Prof. Dr. Birgit Wendholt, Prof. Dr. Gunter Klemke and Prof. Dr. Kai von Luck (computer science).