Hasso-Plattner-Institut für Softwaresystemtechnik

Judith Seng

Judith Seng works on diverse projects that aim to uncover and develop opportunities that provoke new perspectives on and solutions for our existing environment.
She studied Product- and Process Design at the University of the Arts Berlin whilst working for the design studio Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec in Paris and the Imaginary Manufactory (DIM) in Berlin.

In 2005 she set up her own studio to develop projects ranging from objects and spaces to process design and trend research. Judith also teaches on a regularly basis. She recently co-developed the practical research project design reaktor berlin at the University of the Arts Berlin and had taken up a position as visiting professor for processes and methods of design at the University of Arts in Kassel/Germany.

Her work has been exhibited worldwide, including, among others the Art Centre Seoul, Caroussel du Louvre Paris, Museum für angewandte Kunst Cologne, MOMA in Berlin, Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin, Kunstverein Bonn, Tokyo Art Museum, Museum der Dinge Berlin, MARTa Herford, Appel Design Gallery Berlin and Post Design Gallery in Milan.

Examples of her work can be found in the collection of the Fonds National d`Art Contemporain (FNAC), at Industreal, at Memphis s.r.l. and soon also at CIAV.