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Lea Ermuth

What does a typical working day involve for you?
My everyday work is determined by teaching but also research and experiments. I do my research on the computer or face-to-face, for instance at events or when I meet people for an interview. Regarding experiments, the ZHdK provides a lot of space and plenty of options to design and test them. The studios and workshops are well-equipped with a wide range of facilities. A certain amount of forward planning is necessary, in terms of when and how you want to set up a project, and you have to book early enough, but once these organisational things are sorted out, the Toni-Areal site offers many varied options.

Where at the ZHdK can you be found?
At the ZHdK, I spend most of my time in our studio space. My favourite spot, though, is definitely the roof garden. When the weather is right, this is a wonderful place to linger. Depending on what I am working on, you can also often find me in the computer room. There, I have access to powerful processors which I need, for example, to render animations.

What motivates you?
My curiosity. I always want to develop and learn more. At the moment, I am particularly fascinated by creative coding and 3D animation.

With whom would you like to switch roles for half a year?
With a studio or workshop manager. Helping every day to bring projects to life and being part of them is something I would really enjoy. You can learn a lot from each other, and I always love spending time in the studios.

Funktion
Studentin
Jahr
2021
Studiengang
MA
Fachrichtung
Interaction Design
Lea Ermuth
Foto: David Jäggi. © ZHdK.
Foto: David Jäggi. © ZHdK.
Free work in the plastics workshop with a hollow casting.
Free work in the plastics workshop with a hollow casting.
In the Physical Computing Workshop, we used Arduinos and everyday objects to carry out various experiments with sensors.
In the Physical Computing Workshop, we used Arduinos and everyday objects to carry out various experiments with sensors.
In the week-long Studio workshop, we developed an immersive sound and light installation in groups.
In the week-long Studio workshop, we developed an immersive sound and light installation in groups.