Week 83-92

Jan 25, 2018

I haven't written a weeknote in nine weeks, neither addressed the New Year three weeks ago or waited another two for the anniversary of my move to the US. Oh my!

2017 was significant for me professionally as well as personally and I really feel extremely thankful for all the good things that happened to me through hard work and a whole lot of luck.

Since the last note, I was lucky enough to be awarded a Second Prize for my project Computed Curation at the NTU IPA Photography Award.
The project is also nominated for an Infinity Awardhttps://www.icp.org/infinity-awards at the International Center of Photography.

Computed Curation at the German Consulate. The table was built by my friend Aishwarya Yanwadkar.

In January I opened my first duo exhibition (together with filmmaker Markus Wulf) at the Consulate General of Germany in New York. I also had the opportunity to create a new project for the space: A Computer Walks Into a Gallery ... Filling a whole gallery myself was a new experience for me, but was a great opportunity to look back on all the things I have done over the last years and put them in perspective.

Roads to Rome is part of an exhibition at Northeastern University in Boston: The Art of Networks presents recent visualizations of complex networks.

Finally, I am currently looking for an internship (or really any mode of working) over the Summer in the New York or Boston area. Any leads? Let me know.