Iohanna Nicenboim is a design researcher, focused on connected objects and their interactions in everyday life. Inspired by complex socio-technical systems and scientific imaginary, she explores poetical interactions with technology. She creates speculative futures and alternative presents in different scales and formats. Her practice often overlaps design, social science, and data; showing a critical and provocative approach towards technology, and the way it relates to society. She is currently working as a researcher at the TU Delft at the Connected Everyday Lab with Elisa Giaccardi.
How could everyday objects help us hide from surveillance at home? What are the implications of Things interpreting our behaviour? Where do people fit into the Internet of Things? Trough speculative artefacts, Iohanna will explore some of the social and ethical implications of the Internet of Things. She will show how the use of Thing-Centered Design […]
This year we introduce the ThingsCon Talents Night. Specially for students we will organise a contest for the best IoT student work of the last year, and a challenge during the day for student teams to prototype a connected escape room in the hotel. The jury consists of our ThingsCon Fellows. For the Talents Night […]