Felix Rasehorn and Robin Hoske from the WINT Design Lab were the second guests within “Blurred Territories: Art / Design / Research,” the lecture series +dimensions dialogues in the summer semester 2022.. As part of the series, the presenters l addressed the questions of how artistic, design, performative and scientific research are entangled? At what point is research artistic or shape-giving? And if art and design are not ultimately always a form of research?
WINT is a Berlin based Design Lab dedicated to exploring ecological and technological responsibilities for shaping desirable futures. Robin Hoske (M.A) is a creative researcher and designer in the field of softgoods, wearable electronics, and circular design strategies. He is also a research fellow at the environmental engineering department of Fraunhofer Institut IZM, Berlin. Felix Rasehorn (M.A) is a creative researcher and design practitioner exploring the potentials of collaboration between natural sciences, medicine, and design. He is a research assistant at the multi-disciplinary Cluster of Excellence, HU Berlin (Matters of Activity) and a practice-based Ph.D. candidate at the TU Berlin.