I am a researcher, writer, and experience designer concerned with governance, technology, urbanism, and ecology. I’ve recently led research for a number of large-scale projects that communicate complex scientific and social issues to a broad public audience on stage, on-site, and online. I also write, teach, and make art (usually sound) about human perception, connecting technology with the evolutionary and cognitive sciences. 

Currently, I am working as a research associate at the GTAS (History and Theory of Architecture and the City) institute at the Technical University of Braunschweig, bringing climate concerns and geopolitics into urban spatial practice.

Since 2016, I have 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 have coordinated a vast international network of scientists, scholars, artists, and activists from all over the world, 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 TU Braunschweig, Bard College Berlin, ZHdK, and The University of Applied Arts in Vienna.

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