Leoni Fischer


Leoni Fischer graduated with a BA in Product Design from Bauhaus University Weimar in 2020. During her Studies she has worked for the Bauhaus University’s Chair for Theory and History of Design, the Material Archive MAIA and as a curator for the Bauhaus Research School. In winter 2017 she did an internship at interaction design studio and Maker Space Dotdotdot – Opendot Lab (Milano,Italy). After an amazing year as part of the Team at Studio Olafur Eliasson in 2019 she is now working on a variety of collaborative research projects within the field of Art and Design.

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Studio Olafur Eliasson
(here: Talking about advanced geometry)

WalkyTalky Collective
Dotdotdot Milano
Opendot Lab

Chair for theory and history of design
Material archive MAIA Bauhaus University Weimar

Exhibitions

2020
→ "More than Human Centered Design" DIS 2020, Online Exhibition
"German Design Graduates 2020" 

 2019
→ From the Lab to the Studio (2nd Edition), Galerie Eigenheim, Weimar
Eco VS Ego, Galerie Eigenheim, Berlin
From the Lab to the Studio, Galerie Eigenheim, Berlin

 2018
→ Mixtape,Buchmesse Leipzig, Leipzig

 2017
→ Public Keys, Baumwollspinnerei, Leipzig
→ Designing Sustainable Interventions, Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven NL

Texts 

"STEVE BISHOP, orchestrating the notions of everyday life", CLOT Magazine 2020
SAGA Space Architects, on a mission to the equidistant between moon and earth, CLOT Magazine 2020
Beyer and Sizemore’s speculative material research ‘For the Rest of Us’, CLOT Magazine 2020

→ "A massive Legacy" Essay for the Public Keys Exhibition Reader
→ "Digital Atlas"- Essays on Design and digital Culture at

Curatorial Projects 

"Dissolving Boundaries" Bauhaus Research School,Juli 2018, Weimar
→ "Hurra Hurra - Random Group Exhibition", July 2017, Weimar


Publications

→ DIS' 20 Companion: Companion Publication of the 2020 ACM Designing Interactive Systems:
"Drum Roll: A Data Physicalization of Real-Time Radiation Sensor Readings"
Interview on Euglena Clock // CLOT Magazine
Dezeen : 10 must-see Dutch Design Week exhibitions that show designers making a difference
Interview on Dutch Design Week 2017
Necropolis featured in Eject Magazine 2018 Edition
Necropolis on digital-danach.de
Necropolis on thedigitalbeyond.com
 

Other

→ Workshop: "Gefühlte Wirklichkeiten" // Bauhaus 100,  2019
Emotional City Mapping at Prisma Workshop and Lecture Series, Bauhaus University, Weimar
→ The Hot Wire  project at Opendot Lab Milano