PUF currently teach a master-course Production of Space in the Digital Age (specialization in Critical Urban Studies), which results will be presented in series of excursions at the end of May 2013 (JUST 3).
K67_Urban Router is a mobile platform for investigation of digital public space, offering offline-intranet as a basic infrastructure for diverse cultural formats, ranging from collective mapping till tools for over passing juridical obstacles of free sharing. Situated in the upgraded Kiosk-K67, this offline-hub provides collectively created digital items and services, and it is accessible exclusively on the site. So-called ‘Kiosk-Cloud’ became interface for exchange and tool for engaging in the production of the socio-spatial configuration of the site.
…research aims to find out the extent to which urban informality can contribute to urban development and labor market reforms. Typically considered as a sign of vitality and response to inflexible formal system, this research instead understands urban informality as a pioneering behavior and opportunity to combat Berlins’ high-unemployment…
Research at Bauhaus University Weimar
The Anxious Prop Collective explores performative dimension of object in contemporary cultural field. Using digital fabrication as an interface rather then a conventional tool for model-making, group of creative practitioners generates new knowledge processes blending conceptual model, prototype and entire exhibition space into theatrical experience.
Guest research at the Class of Spatial Design (Department of Visual Communications_UDK Berlin)_ss2011
Project Datascapes deals with spatial representation of information and data systems. Invisible data traces have been visualized as 7x7m installation enabling multifaceted reading and interaction.