BIO

Tim Brouwer is a designer and researcher who investigates material cultures and human-technology relations through the tangibility of technical objects. 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/tjimu

www.vimeo.com/timbrouwer

 

EXHIBITIONS

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

September 26-29, 2019

 

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

 

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

 

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