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Urban Space, Public Sphere and the New Media

Mirjam Struppek works as freelance urbanist and consultant in Berlin. In collaboration with the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam she is currently developing and curating the conference series "Urban Screens - discovering the potential of outdoor screens for urban society", first held in 2005 in Amsterdam. Since 2002 she is developing the online-plattform interactionfield.de. After she worked one year as gallery assistant at PLAY gallery for still and motion pictures, Berlin, she founded in 2004 Urban||Resesarch, with a special focus on the livability of urban space, public sphere and its transformation and acquisition through new media. Since 2005 she organises the monthly lecture and discussion evening "Urban Media Salon". She is as well in preparation of starting her PHD at Bauhaus University Weimar. She is holding a degree with distinction in Urban- and Environmental Planning from University of Kaiserslautern, where she also was assistant teacher in Geometry for Architects and Planners and worked as research assistant in the Institute for Mobility and Transport during her studies. In 1999 she spent with a DAAD scholarship two research semester at the Graduate School of Environmental Studies at Nagoya University, Japan.

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contact

struppek@interactionfield.de

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mirjamstruppek.pdf

keywords

media art | urban interventions | communication | talk | internet | film | literature

people

Susa Pop | Viola Vahrson | Stefan Heidenreich

publications

¨žBotfighters¨ž in: Playtime, Bauwelt, Heft 30/04 | "New design in a complex world"

links

Interactionfield | Play Gallery

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