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• 6.2 Working student at a research project for inclusion in daycare
at HTW Berlin since October 2021 • 6.1 Voluntary work for the social media account @htwkd • 6 Communication design studies at HTW Berlin since October 2019 • 5 Working as a Barista from 2018 – 2019 in Marburg • 4 Abandoned architecture studies at THM in Gießen • 3 Self-employed photographer since 2016 • 2 Apprenticeship as a photogapher from 2015 – 2018 • 1 A levels from 2007 – 2015 in Ulm
Since October 2021
Research project for inclusion in daycare
Since October 2019
June 2018 – September 2019
Coffee roastery Bohne, Marburg
September 2017 – March 2018
September 2015 – February 2018
Apprenticeship as a photographer
bildwerk89 – foto&kreativstudio, Ulm
2007 – 2015
Hans und Sophie Scholl Gymnasium, Ulm
Adobe Creative Cloud
Feeling different paper
Team of 13
item (Independent platform for the Transfer of Educational impulses via a student Magazine) is the student magazine of the Department of Design and Culture at HTW Berlin. The third issue addresses the prefix »trans« and therefore ventured »across«, »through« and »to the other side«: How do our society, our culture and our visual perception transform? And what responsibility do designers face in a world that is constantly changing?
Questions like these were raised by us and we received exciting contributions from authors such as Ellen Lupton, Lesli Xia, Francesca Schmidt, Hannah Witte and many more.In addition, the third issue presents 23 interesting student projects that were developed in the last semesters at HTW Berlin.
dimensions: 210 x 275 mm
technique: off-set printing with ring binding containing varying formats and foldable pages
Team of 2
The allotment gardens Bornholm I and II are fully loaded with history. They were located right next to the German Wall, the Bösebrücke was the first border crossing that was open and the death strip was particularly dangerous at this point. This project tells the stories of the place and the people who lived and still live there. The end result was a billboarded advertising pillar and an AR application that represented a virtual exhibition.
Our project in particular has dealt with the concept of borders. They have many perspectives and they reach into our present and even further. They leave traces, cast shadows and limit us. But what does it mean to be demarcated, confined, limited or borderless?
Based on the history of the German Wall, the concept of borders is rethought, placed in current contexts and questioned. Through an immersive experience, confinement, fear, freedom and influence become tangible aswell.
The »border bodies« on the poster serve both as a division in terms of design and content and as a pick-up of perspective and dimensionality.
In the AR application, the bodies cause a spatial division and can convey the feeling of oppression here.
The team included Nele Düll and was in cooperation with Bornholm I and II and the Berlin Wall Memorial.
Public transportation brings us close to our destinations, and it also brings us closer to other people — closer than we would like. Many of those who use buses and trains experience clear violations of the boundaries between people. Inappropriate remarks, intrusive glances, too close a proximity and, last but not least, the sight of men’s legs spread wide trigger discomfort and even a feeling of harassment.
The »Don't Be A Spreader« project now counters the phenomenon of »manspreading«, a term that has been used since 2014 to describe this very male attitude in public spaces. The stickers were designed in the typical corporate design of BVG and are intended to create awareness for personal space in public transport and to have a lasting effect on detrimental behavior.
The project was part of the »Gratwanderung. Zwischen (un)sichtbaren Grenzen« exhibition in May 2021.
dimensions: 70 x 70 mm
Team of 2
The BFW (Berufsförderungswerk Berlin-Brandenburg) is a vocational support facility, with the further goal of social and health competence development for the precise integration into the labor market.
Our task was to develop a wayfinding system for the complex building. For our wayfinding system, we set ourselves the challenge of developing a system that includes minimal signs, but guides to the maximum. This is how we came up with our idea of intuitive orientation.
We chose landmarks that users already use as orientation points and took it as a task to turn them into distinctive landmarks. Inspired by the inner compass, we divided the space into gravitational fields and developed an unprecedented and intuitive system that guides the way through reverberation and represents distance at the same time.
The team included Nadine Hammud.