Julia Kaiser M. F. A. *14051987
I am working in a field of Product, Interior and Concept Design. My inspiration are the everyday life of the nowadays, cultural techniques of the pre-industrial agrarian subsistence economy and art. My motivation is it to find new solutions or concepts, but always with the existing culture and the environment in my mind.
In summer 2014 I completed my Master of Fine Arts degree at Hamburg University of Fine Arts (HFBK), majoring in Design. I was taught by professor Ralph Sommer (Gruppe Pentagon), professor Julia Lohmann and professor Friedrich von Borries. The subject of my master’s thesis was: “Forgotten: cultural techniques of the pre-industrial agrarian subsistence economy.”
As part of my previous bachelor degree course in “Spatial Concept and Design” at the Academy of Fashion and Design in Hamburg and my work at BFGF Design Studios I gathered experience in the field of the conceptual development and design of spaces, exhibitions and objects. My final paper for the bachelor’s degree was on the subject “Urban agriculture – a district garden for Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg”. At the Academy I was taught by professor Elke Jensen, professor Michel Pfisterer and professor Florian Borkenhagen.