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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


Design Festival London 2016

Bad News Bot

Robots are taking over jobs previously done by humans - and we are quick to assume it is the monotonous, mechanically precise, repetitive tasks that we lose to them first - but what of the most uncomfortable ones; jobs, that are not rewarding, tasks that we do not enjoy? Who likes to tell their employees that the company has decided to let them go?

︎︎︎ Context
This project was created during my internship with Studio PSK in London.
Find more infos and Giulia Garbin’s wonderful illustrations ︎︎︎here!

© Studio PSK

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.