Client: Ludwig Maximilian University münchen | Munich | 2017
This project combines, in an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach, questions of global history and transnational theory with the methods and tools of Digital Human- ities and adapts these to the analysis of theatre history
Its goal is to develop and implement a relational database on the basis of geo- and chronoreferencing. With aid of this database, one will be able to better collect, analyse and map the global exchanges and trans-local dynamics in the area of theatre during so-called first phase of globalisation (1850-1920).
This has proved to be crucial in further investigating theatrical phenomena in their relation to economic and cultural globalization – not only for historiographical projects, but also for contemporary phenomena.
An independent group of professionals and students with the common goal of providing knowledge to the general public in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region regarding sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
Work recognized for a competition launched by Orangina. The aim was to show the “natural” and “fun” side of the brand, while not losing the origins of the brand (south of France), and its history (75th anniversary) / Work was selected for the Orangina catalogue.