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ALUMNI
2005
  Steven Graham Blyth
  Jennifer L. Bove
  Giovanni Cannata
  Andreea Chelaru
  Benjamin Dove
  Bernd Hitzeroth
  Erez Kikin-Gil
  Ruth Kikin-Gil
  Maya Lotan
  Patray Lui
  Myriel Milicevic
  Öznur Özkurt
  Christian Palino
  Simone Pia
  Anurag Sehgal
  Thomas Stovicek
  Akemi Tazaki
  Haraldur Már Unnarsson
  Nathan D. Waterhouse
2004
2003

  Myriel Milicevic (Germany)
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Expertise   Graphic design, conceptual systems, narratives
 
Education   Diploma in Graphic Design, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2001) - diploma project Pandora's Box
Visiting student at the Conceptual Information Arts Department, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, USA (2000)
 
Bio   From 2002, Myriel has been working as a freelance graphic designer in Berlin, managing the graphic concept, layout and design for the magazine Literatur Machen, as well as producing web and print work for cultural and industrial projects throughout Germany. Her Quantum Browser project, which she developed together with Axel Ebert, received a special award at the Third International Browserday. In 2001, she contributed to the "Paris" edition of the fashion album Visionaire, which was curated by Hedi Slimane, Design Director of Dior Homme. In 2002, she initiated together with Kevin Haywood the Fetafarm Thinktank for Experiments in Berlin, exploring fields such as the overlap between the physical and virtual gaming environments.
 
Focus   Dance with machines, flirt with technology, play with humans and learn how their systems form intricate relations, create social behaviours and have unexpected effects on their environments.
 
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