I am an independent designer and researcher. Specialised in data visualisation and futurescaping. Passionate about bridging scientific research with design and art to make the research tangible.

Topics: climate, ethics, futures, data
Methods: futurescaping, data visualisation, storytelling
Techniques: facilitation, prototyping, programming

My work has won honors multiple categories of Core77 Design Awards, Fast Company Design and IXDA. I have exhibited at Ars Electronica, the World Bank, Red Bull Studios (NYC), California College of Arts and Design, and acquired by the Georgia Museum of Art.

I enjoy sharing my work and approach through talks and teaching. Lately, I’ve been at the Critical Media Lab (FHNW), the Royal Danish Academy, ThingsCon, TechFest, TEDxCopenhagen, Ars Electronica and more.
My courses are about programming, data visualisation, systems, futurescaping and ethics. 

Graduated from the Interactive Telecommunications Program in NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Before that, I studied government at Harvard.

Contact:
annelieberner@gmail.com