Hi, I am Theresa. An Austrian designer … © 2015 – 2020/21
… based in Vienna, Austria. Recently completed my MA at the Design Institute at Die Angewandte – University of Applied Arts (Vienna, AUT) after graduating from KABK – Royal Academy of Art (The Hague, NL). I do concepts of any kind. Collaboration is a key aspect in my work. For comissions, feel free say hello. So glad the WWW brought you here.🌞
– in Zusammenarbeit mit Margaretner Jugendlichen
University of Applied Arts Vienna, AUT
In partnership with Back on Stage - or Bos5 for short - a youth center in Margareten, young Viennese students have created more than 50 designs from August to December 2020. Each of them represents a personal attitude, a story, or an appeal to society. The results of this collaboration are printed on pizza boxes and, in cooperation with surrounding pizzerias, distributed throughout Vienna.
Supervisor: Univ-Prof. Matthias Spaetgens
Bos5: Laura, Apollonia, Lea, Clemens and Kemal
MORE TO SEE SOON
Royal Academy of Art The Hague, NL
If I remember well, this project started because you realised that working on prestigious cultural assignments lowers your chance of achieving the bourgeois well-off existence, which according to Western conventions comprises a house, backyard and a 65-zoll 4K TV. The contradiction is that you never wanted this house; as a child you drew this house sloppily probably on purpose.
You’re Welcome! grapples with existential remnants of the dream of having a stable existence when satisfaction became our salary. 60 video clips of quarry explosions form the backdrop to a promised land and dreams gone by.
Conceptual Supervision: Thomas Buxo, Silvio Lorusso, Ruben Pater, Agata Jaworska
Practical Supervision: My 3 uncles: Michael, Purz + Markus and extraordinary help by "borrowed" uncles - the wood workshop staff, especially Sabin.
Workers: Selina, Zahari, Todor, Lila, Hattie, Mauro, Rully, Jan, Martijn + many more: Thank you!
Visitors: see video ∞
All material being used is collected construction waste by students or staff at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Fighting the harmful content – PhotoDNA vs. child pornography
concept + design, fictive project
Microsoft began sharing the first release of PhotoDNA as an on-premise technology in 2009. Since then, this technology has helped curb the exploitation of children around the world by detecting millions of illegal images for reporting to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and other appropriate authorities. The operation generates a description of an image in human readable language with complete sentences.
I am still learning so sometimes I get things wrong is an experiment (publication) feeding CaptionBot with curated content of @uglydesign (Instagram, favourite account). @Uglydesign collects weird and questionable images or objects, all up-to-then over 400 images were used and analyzed. It is interesting how CaptionBot talks, "it" is still learning so sometimes it get things wrong - just like a child. By feeding CaptionBot this experiment helped improving the programs accuracy and therefore fighting against harmful content of the internet.
Lemonaid = Rolemodel
1st place Young Lions Print CCA, Cannes
Lemonaid makes lemonade the way it should be. From fresh juice, organic cultivation and fair trade. By taking a good look at the Lemonaid bottle, it is easy to draw attention to the role model function of the brand. We developed a print campaign that suits Leomonaids core values in a strong yet subtle way. with Leo-Constantin Scheichenost, 1st price at Cannes Young Lions Find more infos here.
with Leo-Constantin Scheichenost,
1st price at Cannes Young Lions
Find more infos here
You see me
Campaign/Concept, realized by Sholz & Friends
Kirchentag is a lay organization of Protestant believers in Germany. The motto of the Kirchentag 2017 "You see me" should be translated visually and in terms of content. A fan on the Internet writes: "The whole city is paved with commercial advertising, everywhere hang the orange posters around, for months, I was on the organizers in biting colors on the fact that the Protestant churches in Germany now celebrate 500 years Luther." - Willhelm Ahrendt
Concept: Leo Constantin Scheichenost, Theresa Scherrer
Supervision: Matthias Spaetgens
Implementation by Sholz and Friends Berlin
Ultraclub – Non Profit Advertising Agency
founded by students of the Royal Academy of Art
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