Researchers @ HfS Ernst Busch, FH St. Pölten & Independent
Friedrich Kirschner (DE) is a theatre director and software developer. He uses game structures and technology for participatory performances and interactive installations. Friedrich is head of the MA Spiel und Objekt as a Professor for digital media at the University of Performing Arts Ernst Busch in Berlin.
Julian Salhofer (AT) is a junior researcher at the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences in the Media Creation Research Group at the Institute of Creative\Media/Technologies (ICMT). He received a bachelor’s degree in Media Technology and Design and a master’s degree in Digital Arts at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria.
Leoni Voegelin (CH/DE) studied History and Art History at the University of Basel and with a Master’s degree in Play and Object at the HfS Ernst Busch in Berlin. She has been a scholarship holder of the Elsa Neumann Foundation in 2021 and develops interactive installations and participatory performances as a game designer and media artist.