A photo project with young people who had to flee their home countries. Together we explore their new hometown through the camera.
Alternative title: The gods must be crazy
Outcome of the student workshop for Klimale 2014 in Laboe.
Master Thesis: Visualized field research about the indentity and every day life in Hamburg’s famous district St. Pauli.
QUERSCHNITT is a course of lectures about urban interventions, scenography & comparable disciplines at Muthesius Kunsthochschule initiated by Anika Wieners & myself
„Momentary Space“ – A Workshop resulting in an exhibition during the symposion „Ephemer“ at Muthesius Kunsthochschule.
QUERSCHNITT is a course of lectures about urban interventions, scenography & comparable disciplines at Muthesius Kunsthochschule initiated by Anika Wieners & myself.
LeBalto workshop at Muthesius Kunsthochschule Kiel with Lilli Döscher und Torben Laib
My bachelor thesis is a museum concept for the China Bamboo Museum in Anji.
„My father came from China, my mother came from Poland, I grew up here.“ A short documentary about the history of Chinese people in Germany.
Calendar project for MBtech. Complex and abstract technical processes are translated into playful and humorous images.
Experimental photography about my hometown using a digital projector. No Photoshop effects.
Development of pictograms for an international fair in China. (Project during my internship at Moniteurs)
An illustrative introduction to the world of mirrors within eight chapters.
Documentation of the design development of a new signage system for the UNESCO World Heritage Site „Insel Reichenau“.
Cut out illustrations of Jehova`s Witnesses create a strange homoerotic appeal.
Pictures taken with a Nikon D80 in 2008. Picture 1: Jeffrey Fraenkel (right) of famous Fraenkel Gallery. Pictures 2-4: Relationships
Visualization of a two months roadtrip through Québec & the USA. Data: distances traveled, temperature & results of the last presidential election.
Pictures taken with a Mamiya 645 in Shanghai and Beijing in 2010.
Pictures taken with a Mamiya 645 in Japan in 2010. (Fukuoka, Nokonoshima, Osaka, Koya-san, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Tokyo)
Cover for an interactive DVD about Bruce Mau´s „Massive Change“. By opening the cover, the disc pops up and the user is asked to watch the DVD.