Post-Intelligent Artificial Humanism

Craving Future Realities and more

Andreas Ingerl (DE), Moritz Schell (DE)

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Future Studies in Design

In the course Craving Future Realities, students develop forecasts of future scenarios that they translate into probabilistic media artefacts and thus make them accessible and tangible for the audience. Moritz Schell’s lectures are about how designers access high-tech technologies and apply them in their design practice. The Showreal presents the entire range of study results from the last 5 years.


Andreas Ingerl is Professor in the Communication Design program and studied Visual Design at HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd and Media Studies at the University of Tübingen. At the turn of the millennium, he was involved in the conception and design of communication systems based on internet technologies and in research and development in the field of dynamic real-time visualization of audio data. He was later a research assistant at the TU Ilmenau in the field of media conception / media psychology.

Moritz Schell works and researches at the interfaces between the physical world and the digital sphere surrounding it, wherein possibilities of creative coding, physical computing and innovative technologies are discovered and brought together. He is a co-founder of triggerbangbang and a research assistant at the Communication Design program at HTW Berlin. He studied Media Art at the Bauhaus University Weimar.