SANDRA RIEDEL   Illustrator  +  Science Communicator                                                                                     

Hi, I’m RIED, Illustrator in the field of Speculative Design*, born & based in Berlin. The illustrations and drawings I do are used as a visual foresight booster along the fields of science, technology and society. I create future scenarios, speculative objects, personas, leitmotifs, complex design processes, key visuals, visual records and collaborate in the field of experimental workshops and enabling spaces which include murals and ideation tools among other things.

Contact: me@sandrariedel.com



EXCERPT OF CLIENTS
Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie, Germany
World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Africa, Kenia
Die Umwelt Akademie e.V., Germany
The Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG), Germany
Wageningen University & Research, Netherland
Kulturpark Stolpe, Cultural Centre, Germany
Studio Amore, Think Tank & Design Office, Germany
YOUSE GmbH, User Integration Research, Germany
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Germany
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Germany
Raum Für Zukunft, Think Tank & Design Office, Germany
Urban Research & Design Laboratory TU-Berlin, Germany
re:publica GmbH, Europe’s largest internet and digital society conference, Germany
Film Funding Institution (FFA), Germany
School of Art Weissensee Berlin, Germany
University of Art Berlin, Germany
Naturkundemuseum Berlin, Germany
The Global Nurture Project, Costa Rica
ETH Zürich, Schweiz


FIELDS OF INTERESTS
Green Tech, DIY & Self Reparation, New Work, Social Business, Slow Culture, Urban Farming, Mobile Living, Urban Manufacturing, Mobile Labs, Healing Architecture, Health Literacy, Zero Waste, Micro Housing, Science, Urban & Rural Culture, Gender, Corporate Culture, Knowledge Transfer, Transformation, Blockchain ...

Speculative Design* is understood as critical and researching design. (Anthony Dunne & Fiona Raby, Speculative Everything, 2013). On the one hand future scenarios and artifacts are designed that push current and unthinkable themes to the extreme, making them visible and debatable. On the other hand Speculative Design can also be seen as a process of imagination. This kind of imagination produces knowledge by trying to transform reality. (Victoria Peréz Royo, José A. Sánchez, Cristina Blanco: In-definitions, 2013)



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