Marcel Schwittlick is an artist living and working in Berlin, Germany. With his work, he examines cybernetic aspects of generative systems and modern technology. He is interested in digital culture; it’s influence on society and chances for alternative kinds of communication.
He works in strong connection to various practices, forging a relationship between physical and digital media, traditional and modern approaches. Marcel works with a variety of media, ranging from digital images, physical and interactive installations, generative poetry and conceptual video. In 2015 he co-founded Lacuna Lab, a Berlin-based artist group and community working on the intersection of art, technology and science.
Marcel Schwittlick graduated in 2014 with a B.Sc. in Media Computing at HTW Berlin, where he examined the technical properties of digital media. Currently he is studying Art & Media at the University of Arts, Berlin.
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Why our Creative Director, Melanie Lalande selected Marcel's work: "he stands out as his work is tech – science driven and it is interesting as well… the spinning lap tops is provocative … why does he have that many lap tops… clearly a techy!"