Duy Bui is an interaction designer and artistic researcher from Switzerland. He examines soil and landscapes as fabrics and witnesses of the human condition. His research is informed by Asian realities, unearthing heritage, future and resistance. Seeking the in-between and far beyond, he continues to learn from landscapes, learning what we have inherited and learning towards where we are heading. Currently, this led him to his current MA thesis project about landscaping Vietnam. His works have been shown at HART House Hong Kong, Ming Contemporary Art Museum Shanghai, Lausanne Underground Film & Music Festival and Ars Electronica.
Microbes-Soil-Human Interfaces: Designing for the Field Interactions
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