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Renee Carmichael

Freelance Creative Technologist, Designer, Coder, Writer

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  • LevelJunior
  • LocationBerlin, Germany
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  • ProfessionsWebsite & Digital Designer - Artist - Freelance Creative

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About me

Renee Carmichael is an artist, coder, designer and writer whose work often explores technology and the relationship between structure (code), content and design. She has written and produced work around themes such as The Dance Epidemic of 1518 (Come to Feet, SPACE Permaculture Residency, London), the website's relationship to print (An Homage to the Death of Print, or-bits.com, online exhibition/book), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and technology (Eavesdropping, film), code poetry (ccthenr workshop series) and singing IBM anthems and code (011 Chant to Them, Hello World! exhibition, L’atelier-KSR, Berlin). She graduated from Goldsmiths College in London with a Masters in Interactive Media: Critical Theory and Practice and has worked recently as a Researcher and Interaction Designer in the Hybrid Publishing Lab at Centre for Digital Cultures at Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany. She is founding editor of the experimental publication Flee Immediately! and currently works on freelance website design and development, freelance writing and creative technology projects. 


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Skills

  • Creative Arts
  • Creative Code
  • Front-end Coder
  • Creating Websites
  • Blog Writing
  • Creative Workshops
  • Design
  • Digital Publishing
  • Creative Technologist
  • Code

Education

2010

Master of Art

Goldsmiths, University of London

Sep 2009 - Sep 2010
  • London, UK
  • Here I completed a Masters in Interactive Media: Critical Theory and Practice (No titled Digital Cultures) under the supervision of Graham Harwood, Matthew Fuller and Luciana Parisi, with distinction

2009

Bachelor Arts

The American University of Paris

Sep 2005 - Jul 2009
  • Paris, France
  • I received a Bachelor's of Arts in Global Communications with a minor in social sciences, with summe cum laude