My name is Stella Friedenberger. I am a Communication Designer exploring the possibilities of interactive semi-virtual environments. I am working on cross-media projects in the fields of Print, Extended Reality and Web.
Together with Benedikt Rottstegge I founded MENSCHMASCHINE Studio to collectively collaborate with fellows and clients from all kinds of different scientific, social, artistic and cultural fields. Within our artistic design practice we always speculate about the shifting importance of interfaces between things and things themselves.

+49 151 158 687 97
mail@stellafriedenberger.com


Teaching Talks Identities
Interface of Things (Design) in conjunction with Interface of Things (Labor) together with Benedikt Rottstegge at the Faculty of Design, Media and Information of HAW Hamburg, 2021, Hamburg, Germany Lecture on my project Augmented Conspiracy in the course AR in Urban Space by Refrakt at University of the Arts, December 2019, Berlin, Germany Design and Web Development for MIP.labor of FU Berlin in collaboration with Jens Schnitzler, 2021
Talk about the possibilities of interactive print in the course Ist das ein Buch?! by Anja Lutz at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle, April 2022, Halle, Germany Visual Identity and Webdesign for the crowd-sourcing platform Futures Canvas, together with Benedikt Rottstegge, 2022

Apps Websites Exhibitions
GUI Library, Virtual Reality experience on the ideosyncracies of Interface conventions, together with Benedikt Rottstegge, 2019 East Europe Biennial Alliance together with Benedikt Rottstegge, Graphic Design by Wolfgang Schwärzler, 2020 Kunststiftung des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt, group exhibition for Giebichenstein Design Preis, October 2019, Halle, Germany
LerchenfeldAR, Augmented Reality App that projects additional virtual content onto the printed matter of Lerchenfeld 52, 2020 MIP.labor of FU Berlin, together with Jens Schnitzler, 2021 Spectator Mode, exhibition and VR performance with Klasse Digitale Grafik for the annual exhibition of the HFBK, February 2020, Hamburg, Germany
Portfolio Website for Nina Keinrath, together with Benedikt Rottstegge, 2022 Graphical User Interspace, semi-virtual Interface installation of Benedikt Rottstegge's and my MFA project, Graduate Show 2021: All Good Things Come to an End, September 24–26th, Hamburg, Germany
Digital augmentation of Paul Rutrecht's Mural moving arms for Kunstpreis Schlossgalerie 2022 (Kunstverein Rastatt e.V.), together with Benedikt Rottstegge, 2022
Crowd-sourcing platform Futures Canvas, together with Benedikt Rottstegge, 2022

Publications Awards
Jahrbuch 2019 Haltung und Position, Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle Giebichenstein Design Preis 2019 Best Communication (Nominee)
Article by Slanted about Augmented Conspiracy
Article in form Design Magazine N°285 Design and Prosthetics, 2019
Review on the LerchenfeldAR App I designed and developed for Lerchenfeld 52 Magazine
Jahrbuch 2021, Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg

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