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Lemke's online bubble of some stuff she made and some things she likes. She is an interaction designer but also draws, sculpts, builds and has ideas! Of Dutch origine, living in Iceland!
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The things I do for a living that I loved working on.

The Incas, Treasures of Peru

 

To bring the visitor a step closer to their craft of weaving we developed the Weaving Time installation for the exhibition The Incas, Treasures of Peru.

 

Weaving Time at the end of the exhibition invites visitors to be creative and immerse themselves in a world of patterns. The visitor can weave lines of patterns to the tapestry that wraps around the space.

 

Check the project here.

Astrid Climate Education

 

Astrid is a product suite of engaging educational experiences about climate change. Each product aims to give students the knowledge and resources to understand and debate climate change issues.

 

I have been the lead in the research, workshops, design, and final creation of the products.

 

Check Astrid here

Water in Iceland

 

In the Ecosystem Viewer visitors can learn of the rich life to be found in different types of wetland areas in Iceland. By exploring swamps, lakes and rivers with the help of a circular device they can find different lifeforms and even zoom in to the smallest of things by turning the rings.

 

Check project here

Lava Centre

 

The main exhibition of the Centre reveals the epic forces of nature that shape our planet and created Iceland. In addition visitors get a crash-course in Volcanology while experiencing the extreme forces associated with volcanic eruptions and earthquakes.How was Iceland created? What causes the earth to shake? Which types of volcanoes are there and how can I “read the landscape”?

 

Check project here

Natural History Museum Oslo

 

The Natural History Museum in Oslo has opened a new geological exhibition covering over 2000 sqm. On four floors, explaining Earth’s history and life’s evolution. The exhibition’s lead designer, Atelier Br├╝ckner, teamed up with Gagarin to develop unique, innovative exhibits with modern storytelling in the grand old historical building housing the museum.