Katrin Baumgarten

Design One Day...Coffee Machines Will Be Able To Communicate With Humans

Interaction designer Katrin Baumgarten imagines a future where machines will have more human qualities.

Advertising PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON: 18 Change-Making Videos

The full list of talks by an incredible mix of artists, designers, marketers and technologists inspire our audience of creative professionals.

Technology Creating Technology That Has A Mind Of Its Own - Katrin Baumgarten [Video]

The designer explores the possibility of machines that think for themselves.

Gaming & Play Agenda Announced For PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON 2012

If you work in advertising or marketing, or you are a designer, an educator, or a true digital native; or just a global change-maker, there's something at this event for you.

Work Imagining Our Future Interactions With Technology As An Ongoing Dialogue [PSFK London]

Artist Katrin Baumgarten talks to PSFK about how the technology we use daily may someday communicate its needs back to its user.

Advertising Final Speaker Line-Up For PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON 2012

Creative minds from the arts, technology, design and business will appear at PSFK’s fourth London conference to the latest trends, inspirations, and ideas.

Design (Video) Katrin Baumgarten: PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON 2010

The innovative artist and designer talks about re-humanising interaction design and the “Aesthetics of Disgust."

Work Mio I-zawa Umbilical Cord iPhone Charger

Japanese artist work reflects a theme of disgust in electronics.

Technology (Pics) PSFK Conference London 2010

A gallery of photos from our recent London conference.

Innovation PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON: Speaker Katrin Baumgarten On Re-Humanising Interaction Design

Recent Royal College of Art graduate discusses how paradoxical emotions can be harnessed for creative design.

Gaming & Play PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON: New Speakers Announced

On September 10th, we'll explore innovation at the intersections of fields that include art, design, branding, retail and technology.

Design Inanimate Objects That Touch Back

UK-based designer Katrin Baumgarten has built in the element of disgust into two recent projects