Einar Sneve Martinussen

Associate Professor and Chair of Interaction Design, Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO)

Einar Sneve Martinussen is Associate Professor and Chair of Interaction Design at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO). Martinussen is an experienced interaction designer, researcher and educator working with culture and technology. Over the last 10 years, he has been a part of the team developing AHO’s interaction design programme across teaching and research. Currently, Martinussen leads the interdisciplinary research-group Digital Urban Living on technology, cities and daily life. His research-practice uses interaction design and interdisciplinary, cultural perspectives on technology to explore and theorise about the digitalisation of cities, politics and societies. Martinussen’s design and research practice includes visualisations of technology, films, interactive products and exhibitions. Internationally, Martinussen is know for the ‘Immaterials‘ film-series about exploring and visualising technological phenomena in everyday life.

Martinussen lectures widely about design, society, cities and technology at conferences and universities, including Aalto University, IxDA, DOGA, Nordic Edge, NYT Art of Tomorrow and Goldsmiths Design. Martinussen’s work has been exhibited internationally, including ‘Talk to Me’ at Museum of Modern Art in New York, ’Immaterials‘ at Lighthouse, ‘Invisible Fields’ at Laboral in Spain and ‘DREAD’ at De Hallen Haarlem in Amsterdam.

Martinussen comes from Kirkenes, and is a part of the Oslo-based design group Voy (voyoslo.com).

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