Tim Brouwer is a designer-researcher who investigates material cultures and human-technical relations through the tangibility of digital artefacts. His work currently focuses on the technological inclusion of Javanese myths. Under the name of 'Macan Mountain', he creates garments as wearable memories of mythical flora and fauna. 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 an architectural researcher on the Forensic Architecture project 'The Killing of Harith August'. Previously, he has written essays and given workshops for the Institute of Network Cultures on cryptocurrency, data visualisation and recognition systems.