Temporary Culture is a collective focusing on public space in urban environments. Using and contributing to open source software and hardware, Temporary Culture aims to facilitate a more joyful metropolitan living for citizens. Our practice is characterized by long term presence of sustainable, often self-powered hardware in the streets.
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engages to make public space playful and shareable. With a background in exhibition design and games, she founded the urban intervention collective Temporary Culture while working at mobile and media companies. Her publication can be found in Taiwan, and her projects were exhibited in New York, Rotterdam and Shanghai.
Works on digital apparatus. He alters perceptions of space, ownership and self-image by gluing together unlikely elements like electronics with modified street pavement and game algorithms. He created ecosystems of play in Holland, Taiwan, and the USA. Previously, he worked in cognitive development laboratories in France and America. He has a background in painting and engineering.