• Kim-Marie Aichholz, Maura Mücke
  • Bachelor thesis, Transmedia
  • Supervisors:Prof Dr Klaus Birk, Prof Betty Schimmelpfennig, Shoko Hara, Paul Brenner

Although improvisation is part of everyday life, people have a contradictory relationship with it. You are reminded that even plans do not provide security. However, if designers allow themselves to be drawn into the unpredictable, improvisation can create space for something new.

The improvisation strategy “spinna” supports designers’ form-finding processes and trains spontaneity and creativity.


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