BIO

Tim Brouwer is an artist-researcher who investigates material cultures and human-technical relations through the tangibility of digital artefacts. His work currently focuses on the inclusion of myths in technological conceptions to counteract the binary reduction of algorithms and automation. Tim holds a BSc in Product Design from the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and an MA in Research Architecture from Goldsmiths, University of London. He has worked as a researcher on the Forensic Architecture project 'The Killing of Harith August' and has written essays and given workshops for the Institute of Network Cultures.

 

CONTACT

+31681055964

timbrouwer14@gmail.com

www.instagram.com/meta_wayang

www.vimeo.com/timbrouwer

PUBLICATIONS

Lines of Inquiry: Glossary, media, field manual

Forensic Architecture Studio and the Centre for Research Architecture

Goldsmiths, University of London

2019

 

Extracting Computerized Desires – a Review of Clickmine

The Institute of Network Cultures

February 5, 2019

 

Proof-of-Transaction: The Materiality of Cryptocurrency

Longform, The Institute of Network Cultures

August 25, 2018

TALKS / WORKSHOPS

Infrastructural Pessimism (Anna Engelhardt, Tim Brouwer, and Carol Iglesias in conversation with Alberto Toscano)

Centre for Research Architecture 2018/19 MA Degree Show (London, UK)

September 27, 2019

 

Human-Technology Relations: Postphenomenology and Philosophy of Technology

University of Twente (The Netherlands)

July 11,  2018

 

Meet the Makers

Minor Makerslab, University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

March 15, 2018

 

Cryptographic Collectibles - the Materiality of Cryptography

Crypto Design Workshop, Aksioma (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

March 6, 2018

EXHIBITIONS

Centre for Research Architecture 2018/19 MA Degree Show (London, UK)

September 26-29, 2019

Forbo, an exhibition of material explorations and prototypes (Assendelft, NL)

2018

EDUCATION

Master of Arts - Research Architecture, Centre for Research Architecture, Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London Goldsmiths University of London (United Kingdom)

2018-2019

 

Bachelor of Engineering - Product Design, University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

2014-2018

 

Minor+ Visual Culture, Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

2016