Residency Period: January - December 2016
Alexandra Kuechenberg is an interdisciplinary artist, producer and creative technologist collaboratively developing innovations in responsive media and experience design.
As an artist, Kuechenberg’s work is often an elegant fusion of intellect, satire, and technical know-how. Despite being undeniably playful there remains to be a disquieting element – a sense that the control we think we have over objects and impulses could at any moment slip from our hands; that the world could change, twist, and in an instant devour all semblance of normality in itself.
From 2006-2012 Kuechenberg led the design and development of numerous artworks for renowned light and space artist James Turrell. As a producer and creative director, she has delivered high profile experiential marketing activations and campaigns for global companies like Wired Magazine, The Guggenheim Museum, Vice Magazine and Intel.
In 2012 she founded the creative studio TO:SEE, a Miami based research and design practice. TO:SEE’s mission is to facilitate collaborative development of non-invasive technologies that facilitate authentic interpersonal and environmental connection.
Since 2013, she has been building programs, exhibits and experiences for Miami’s new Frost Science Museum, set to open summer 2016.
Kuechenberg holds an M.P.S. from NYU’s Interactive Technology Program, and a B.F.A. in New Media from Bennington College.