I am a researcher, writer, and cultural producer concerned with governance, technology, urbanism, and ecology. Over the years, I’ve led research for a number of large-scale projects that use artistic strategies to communicate complex scientific and social issues to a broad public audience on stage, on-site, and online. I also teach, conduct user experience research for tech companies, and do strategic consulting for art institutions. 

Recently, I’ve been working with the MA program New Practice in Art and Technology (UdK/TU Berlin) facilitating workshops and producing a publication about the intricacies of different climate modelling practices with a specific focus on how students can employ data analysis in qualitative and quantitative research.

Before that, I conducted ethnographic research for Other Internet with a project called “Web3 Workers” concerned with labor conditions and social security mechanisms in the web3 ecosystem, particularly DAOs.

From 2016-2022, I worked as a researcher and assistant curator at the HKW in Berlin where I have collaboratively realized a number of projects that address planetary-scale technology, ecology, and geopolitics through publications, online research tools, and experimental public events.

As part of the Anthropocene Curriculum team I helped coordinate research for a vast international network of scientists, scholars, artists, and activists, investigating the catalytic shifts of the Anthropocene through public programs and field work initiatives.

Alongside institutional work I have also been doing research into emerging technologies for collectives with friends at Trust, as well as teaching at a number of universities around Europe such as UdK, Bard College Berlin, ZHdK, The University of Applied Arts in Vienna, NYIT Summer School, and TU Berlin.

From time to time, I write philosophy essays, give public talks, and compose music.