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Ludwig Zeller

MA work

Does information technology ‘rewire’ our brains?


People begin to grow up in a world of ubiquitous technology and networked communication. This dissemination literally exploded within the last few years, and it is unclear what kinds of consequences the increasing cognitive symbioses between humans and digital systems will have.


These devices and films explore how information technology not only provides increasing power and knowledge, but also carries a psychoactive potential that leads to unforeseen changes in social interactions and human self-conceptions.


Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Design Interactions, 2011

  • Does information technology ‘rewire’ our brains?


    People begin to grow up in a world of ubiquitous technology and networked communication. This dissemination literally exploded within the last few years, and it is unclear what kinds of consequences the increasing cognitive symbioses between humans and digital systems will have.


    These devices and films explore how information technology not only provides increasing power and knowledge, but also carries a psychoactive potential that leads to unforeseen changes in social interactions and human self-conceptions.


  • Degrees

  • Graduate Diploma, Audiovisual Media, Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Germany, 2008
  • Experience

  • Creative director, Zellcode, Cologne, Germany, 2005-present
  • Exhibitions

  • File Games, Oi Futuro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2011; FunWare, Arnolfini, Bristol, 2010; Custom Made, Barbican, London, 2010; Cologne Design Prize, Museum of Applied Art, Cologne, Germany, 2009