The digital revolution is changing our world and environment at an increasing speed – the upheaval triggered by digital technology and computers has brought about change in almost all areas of life since the beginning of the 20th century. This upheaval also requires a reorientation or at least an expansion of the focus of creative disciplines in research and teaching: In addition to the trends of the digital revolution, such as the topics of big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence, designers will face further challenges in the future. The influence of the new media on our communication behavior, socialization processes and language culture or the expansion of our empirical environment through artificial parallel worlds, for example in the area of virtual or augmented reality, are examples of the new need for creative visions.

The exhibition shows a selection of outstanding interactive works and experiments by students of Communication Design at the University of Applied Science Berlin, who deal with these topics in a variety of ways.
A total of six experiments will be on display, presenting visitors with interfaces to the digital sphere.

The exhibition is curated by Moritz Schell, research assistant at the University of Applied Science Berlin, and Andreas Ingerl Professor of Digital Media in the Communication Design course at the University of Applied Science in cooperation with the Museum of Communication.

The exhibitions will take place in the historic buildings of the former AEG and the Kabelwerk Oberspree, now the Wilhelminenhof campus of the HTW Berlin, and will be open from 2 p.m. on 11 October