Annelie Berner

Researcher

Annelie Berner is a data artist, designer and technologist. She is interested in how to understand, think about, and interact with our digital worlds. Specially, how we can make data experiences that are aesthetic, tangible and consider all of our senses – from sight to taste.

Annelie’s work has won notable honors in the Core77 Design Awards for Built Environments and Food Design, as well has having been exhibited at the World Health Organisation, Red Bull Studios NYC and the Georgia Museum of Art.

She is a founding member of NEWINC – the New Museum’s incubator for art and technology – and has taught at Rutger’s College of Art and Design as well as Columbia University’s School of Architecture.
She worked as a researcher and data visualisation specialist at the Spatial Information Design Lab at Columbia University, was a resident at IDEO’s Digital Lab and worked at the New York Times’ Research and Development Lab.

Annelie graduated from New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) and studied Government and Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard.