Design Research Colloquium 7.6.: Annika Frye

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Annika Frye is a German designer and design researcher based in Offenbach and Berlin. Her interests concern the aesthetic qualities of serial production, experimental processes and the design process as source of innovation. She has recently completed her PhD at the University of Design Offenbach (HfG Offenbach).

In the colloquium, Annika will give a short overview of her PhD thesis
“Improvisation in the Design Process”, which will be published in
December, as well as an introduction to another subject she is currently
working on: knowledge in 3D printing.
Annika’s work has been exhibited in the New Museum in New York, during the Triennial in Milan, Depot Basel, Vitra Design Gallery, NAI Rotterdam, MAK in Vienna, and at the Design Museum Holon. She has given lectures and workshops at design schools and museums such as HbK Braunschweig and MAK
Vienna, and has worked as a teacher at HfG Offenbach. She is also co-founder of the design office »teilchenbeschleuniger«, a collaborative platform for young designers and design professionals. Her work was published in FRAME Magazine, ELLE, form and on various design blogs. She was nominated twice for the German Design Award and received an honorable mention from the Raymond Loewy Foundation.
Thursday 7.6. at 9.30, Room 203

See you there!