M.A. History of Art in Global Context at Freie Universität Berlin

Thesis “Virtual Landscapes. Procedurality and the Representation of Nature in the Landscape Paintings of Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788)”

B.A. Comparative Literature at Freie Universität Berlin

Current Position

Tel Aviv University

Minerva Humanities Center, Research Program Humanities in Conflict Zones

Junior Fellow Digital Humanities / Digital Media

Past Positions

Max-Planck-Institute for the History of Science Berlin

Research Program History of the Max Planck Society

Student Research Assistant, Digital Humanities Group

Humboldt University Berlin

Q-Program for research-oriented teaching formats

Tutor, Seminar Seeing Animals, Collecting Animals – Interdisciplinary Search for Traces in Art and Science

Past Activities

Participation in Coding Dürer – International Hackathon for Art History

5 Days Spring School in Digital Art History at the University of Munich

Project Mapping Dutch 17th Century Church Interior Painting

Participation in Reality Sucks – Risks and Chances of Virtual Reality

Symposium and Hackathon organized by of the cluster of excellence Image Knowledge Gestaltung at Humboldt University Berlin

Project VR Network Visualization

Participation with bursary at Tagesspiegel Digital Science Match 2015

Platform for the exchange for young actors in the digital field

Participation at Coding da Vinci 2015

Hackathon for the visualization of open cultural data

Winner of “Best Software Design” Award with the project MIDIOLA

Participation in the Talent Program of Pop-Kultur Festival Berlin 2015

3-days workshop program for young cultural actors