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On a mission
to explore the emotional potential of machines: What changes in and around us as machines and humans move closer together?

Fighting fear with imagination & finding poetry in emerging technology...



Currently thinking about
– Schloss Hollenegg

an old Styrian narrow gauge train
all things solar

Schloss Hollenegg 2022

South Pointing Fish


A castle is a beautiful habitat for objects of all sorts: some are mundane and for everyday use, others are trophies, many have slept in dust for decades, a few are used seasonally. Many objects have lost their purpose, displaced in time but also in space. South Pointing Fish is a playful selection of found objects collected in the many corners of the castle and brought together in an imaginative discourse.

Inspired by the metal handles and candle holder bits added to the fragile vases in Hollenegg, I repurposed vases from Alice’s inventory. A variation in currently 3 pieces (candle holder for 2 candles, candle holder, toothbrush kit). 

︎ Exhibition Dates
Schloss Hollenegg
May 7th to May 29th 2022
Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 6pm




Fotos: (c) LippZahnschirm
EXHIBITION – RESEARCH – UNIQUES
SOLO EXHIBITION – DESIGN & DESIGN CURATION
MAK Galerie 2021

There will be! People! On the sun! Soon!


I've asked 25 solar panels what they would do if they didn't have to work for a day and am delighted to be showing the result in an exhibition at MAK Galerie. What is climate care if not caring for those who produce our energy? Surrounding the installation with Vossen towels, we'll be showing an assemblage of artifacts from the MAK collection that have been touched by the sun...

Exhibition at Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna; curated by Marlies Wirth
Grafik: (c) Theresa Hattinger
Fotos: (c) Marlene Mautner
Sonnenuhr: (c) MAK 

︎ Exhibition Dates
14.12.2021 – 22.2.2022
21.12.2021 – Midwinter Special

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GROUP EXHIBITION – SPECULATIVE DESIGN
wienwoche 2021

DIN2121


Messinstrumente fürs Jahr 2121!
Für die Wien-Woche haben wir die Zukunft neu vermessen.

︎︎︎ Popup-Kollektiv
Ege Kökel, Julia Schwarz, Isabel Prade, Stephanie Kneissl, Sarah Franzl, Mia Meus, Johanna Pichlbauer

Grafik: (c) Stephanie Kneissl
Fotos: (c) Mia Dragicevic

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Vienna Design Week 2021

Suchagent: DESING



Unidentified objects, a search agent searching for drama and tears, and a gradient of similar objects: three design collections emerge from the thousands of everyday objects that find their way onto willhaben in this humorous installation. Austria's highly popular virtual market place has its own culture, rituals and originals which makes it the promised land for any designer dealing with the wonders of wanted and unwanted everyday objects. 

︎︎︎ Client
willhaben, Vienna Design Week

︎︎︎ Collaborators
Selma Mühlbauer, Fabio Hofer

Grafik: Johanna Pichlbauer
Fotos: (c) VIENNA DESIGN WEEK/Kollektiv Fischka/Kramar
INSTALLATION – SOCIAL DESIGN
Engerthstraße 124

Design in Gesellschaft


Die Ateliergemeinschaft und Zukunftswerkstätte im verwunschenen Hof der Engerthstraße 124! 

︎  awarded at Creatives for Vienna: Future Communities 2021

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NEWLY FOUNDED!     A PLACE TO WORK.
Stadt der Temperamente.2019 x Vienna BiennaleA smart building in Wien Aspern accomodates four very different characters - conflict inevitable. Scenes from a smart neighbourhood, in a play written for Vienna Biennale 2019.