Alexander Roidl

Curator, Educator

Designer, Educator

Mainz, Germany

Alexander is a designer, artist, and media researcher, with a background in graphic / interaction design, software art and programming. His research investigates the diverse implications of human-computer interaction with a focus on the creative use of software. His practice explores the intersection of programming, design, and software culture. He is regularly teaching workshops on creative coding, web technology and interaction design. Currently, he is holds a position as a Tandem-Professor for media informatics in design at the faculty of design Mainz University of Applied Sciences together with NODE.


Alexander holds an MFA in Experimental Publishing from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam and a BA in Media Design from Hof University of Applied Sciences in Germany. From 2019 to 2022 he worked as a lecturer and researcher at the design department of The Hague University of Applied Sciences.


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