Amelie Hinrichsen is a freelancer living and working in Berlin.
After accomplishing an apprenticeship as a carpenter Amelie completed her studies in Product Design at the Berlin University of the Arts in 2012. With her final project aus(sen)atmen she won the DMY Young Talents Jury Award in 2013.
From 2013-2016 she was a research associate in the Einstein research project 3DMIN (Design, Development and Dissemination of New Musical Instruments) at the Berlin University of the Arts. Among others, Amelie was involved in the RLF transmedia art project working for Friedrich von Borries. In 2017 she was part of the Choreographic Coding Lab Nairobi.
Amelie’s work ranges from film over product- to interface design reflecting the relationship of sound, movement and materiality. Combining theoretical research with practical experiments she investigates how these elements can inform personal experience especially within a performative context.
She has been teaching at the HZT Berlin as well as UdK Berlin and currently holds a position as guestlecturer at the Hochschule Anhalt on the edge between 3D and 4D.