toy like midi controller

The foteinizer is a midi controller comprised of a rasbperry pi, an arduino nano and 12 potentiometers. It can work as a stand-alone headless synthesizer, provided with the correct pure-data patch.

link to tiktok



do electric sheep dream of labor?

part (a) 2021

3d animation

“Do electric sheep dream of labor?” is a short animation designed in Blender, a story about a glass sheep that embarks in a romance with a strawberry. The initial idea occured after pondering on Phillip Dick’s “Do androids dream of electric sheep?” and the “I don’t dream of labor” trend.

The sheep’s design is largely based on the origami sheep seen in Blade Runner, which I recreated with paper in order to study its structure and be able to turn it into a 3D character. In this project, I studied rigging non-human models and had the chance to work with different materials and textures, as well as multi-camera editing in 3D software environment.

kinetic scuplture made with arduino and legos

In the second phase of the “do electric sheep dream of labor?” study, I decided to build the mechanism seen in the sheep’s stomach. I decided on a crochet machine that would continuously produce a crochet strand that would hang from the sheep’s stomach, an endless loop in the chain of production, making us wonder about labor and exploitation.

I used second-hand LEGOs in order to facilitate the build of temporary models that could host the electronic and mechanical parts. While working on the project, I realised that the LEGOs started to turn into a crucial element of the work, one that creates multiple correlations, e.g. with education, the culture of games etc.

Even though the work went through many different forms and levels of interaction, its final design is inspired by the Wiener Wind Crochet Machine (Vienna, 2013) by Emanuell Gollob and Johanna Riedl.

This project was presented in Platforms Project 2021.

do electric sheep dream of labor?

part (b) 2021

(pictures of early attempts)

accessibility toolkit


In the summer of 2021, I was commissioned to design 17 illustrations for UNICEF, for the creation of an Accessibility Toolkit that would function as guidelines towards a more accessible day-to-day life all over the world. This project utilised both my architecture and graphic design skills as I had to apply ISO standards and use technical drawing in the most eye-catching way possible.

Working for UNICEF on the Accessibility Toolkit was a chance for me to design spaces the way I envision them in an inclusive new world and helped me challenge my (physical) able-bodied privilege.

         illustrations with accessibility guidelines for UNICEF headquarters


(lispo-people) 2021

a story in four web based chapters

press here for
chapter 1 create your own lispo-person

// chapter 2 bring the night
// chapter 3 drive through the fire

// chapter 4 clear the air

The lispoanthropoi (a made up word comprised of the prefix lispo- that I heard in my dream, and “anthropos” the greek word for person) story is one that I built over the course of several years, with fragments of night- and day-dreaming.

I created these four chapters using P5 so that people could experience the world that existed in my mind and to somehow manage to express, as minimally as possible, the eerie feeling that haunted my dreams.Each one proposes a different way of interacting with the user.