Visualisation as interface. Interface as visualisation.
The feature-rich interface allows scientists of the SCPAB to find, explore and compare scientific studies. Each research is aligned by its species lifespan to compare the observed timeframe.
Greening the financial system
With countries targeting net-zero, the transitions pose significant risks. The NGFS scenario portal was created together with the PIK to explain and analyse plausible scenarios to central banks and supervisors.
Communicating climate change scenarios
In this three-year project, we created modules that aim to make climate change scenarios understandable and more accessible. The international consortium consisted of scientists from PIK, IIASA, SEI, WUR and FH;P.
Co-creating a framework of IoT risks
The workshop brought together a group of experts to create a database for the existing and potential risks of consumer IoT. The visualisation helped evaluate, discuss and display the working process.
Post-digital materiality in theory and praxis
Together with Paul Heinicker, I created this online collection of resources that maps academic as well as artistic perspectives that reflect digital conditions within materialist discourses.
Footnotes on a film
With everyone working from home and all cultural venues closed due to Covid, this website explores ways to experience a film online with additional information and comments.
Mapping the world of mathematics
In collaboration with Quanta Magazine and Kim Albrecht, we created a map to explore and understand the current frontiers of mathematics.
A visual approach to indices
This experiment explores a novel representation of The Economist’s Democracy Index mixed with population, landmass and economic data.
Analysing Airbnb hosts in Berlin
This investigative journalism project analyses the impact of short-term housing rental platforms on the supply of affordable housing in Berlin.