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Portfolio > Projects:

> Reprap Opensource 3D Printer > Animachine @Youin3D, Berlin > Industrial Energy Monitoring > Medical Device Firmware > Nanode, DIY IoT Device > Electronic Medical Records > Sustainability Research > Open Source Ecology

Portfolio > Actions:

> UCL Occupation > Occupy London Tech Team > Cryptoparty London > Hurricane Hackers > Fliehkraft, Berlin > Eco Village

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> Secondary: Christ's Hospital > Uni: Durham > MIT Graduate App and Collab

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> Writing > Artwork > Concepts & Design

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> Assembly + Lightning Talk @CCC > RW Society @PP Intl > Trust but Verify @Fabrica > Revolutionary Apps @Frontline Club > List: Talks

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Fliehkraft: Pop-up makerspace in a residential project for people migrating to Germany from the middle east.
We occupied an unused room, deployed a pop-up makerspace, started building 3D printers and the camp staff and the residents were so curious and they decided that they liked the project so much that we were given a small project room and were invited to stay and continue collaborating together with residents for about a year.
Project Details
My intention was to connect the Berlin hacker and maker scene to the camp and open a space where people of all ages who were interested in electronics, computers, 3d printing, making, DIY and also alternative culture could come and chat and collaborate or just print something out. The best action I did at the camp right at the start was simply setting up a freifunk node / wireless access point and putting up some posters giving the residents of the camp free wifi.
Antinational Embassy · 10 - We Are One
In the words of my project partner and dear friend Thomas (who was working on site at the time as a social worker and has a background in Economics). DE: "Wir brauchen mehr Räume, an denen sich Menschen selbst basis ökonomisch bilden. Flüchtlingsunterkünfte können solche Räume sein." EN: "We need more spaces where people can educate themselves economically. Refugee shelters can be such spaces."