Paul Strohmeier

An die Person die meinen roten Rucksack gestern (18.07.2015)
im Club U (Rhinoplasty / Kino Unter den Sternen - Abschluss veranstaltung)
mitgenommen hat:

(To the Person who took my red Backpack last night (18th of July),
in front of Club U ))

Inzwischen ist dir sicher aufgefallen, dass in dem Rucksack keine wertgegenstaende sind,
sondern lauter sachen, die fuer mich wichtig sind, aber fuer dich vermutlich weniger
(wie z.B. mein Fuehrerschein.)

(By now you have probably noticed, that there is nothing of value to you inside of it,
but things of value to me - like my drivers licence.)

Ich bitte dich mich per e-mail: zu kontaktieren.
Ich biete 100Euro wenn du mir den Rucksack zukommen laesst,
und stelle keine weiteren Fragen.

(Please contact me via e-mail:
If you arrange to return the backpack to me,
I will offer 100Euro in return and will not ask further questions.)



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I have special interest in the meaning of the human body.
It is the body which acts upon the physical world, it is the body which the physical world acts upon.
I believe that understanding the role our body plays in constructing both our image of the world around us
as well as our image of ourselves is key to understanding phenomena such as intelligence or consciousness
and is essential in developing technologies and practices which extend beyond the individual body.

I am an enthusiastic sceptic in regards to technology.
The role of technology in our society is a strong interest of mine, however,
rather than observing interactions with established technology
I am interested in creating technological scenarios different from those we usually engage with.
By doing so I hope to point out alternatives to current design practices.
Especially considering the increasing ubiquity of digital technologies in our society,
I believe it is important to take the time to reconsider what values we wish our technologies to embody.