‘We serve our systems as much as they serve us’

Meike Schipper

Intern - Editor

As a media artist and researcher, Meike explores the way in which new media and innovative technologies shape our (digital) identity and visual culture. It’s about looking, seeing, reflecting and projecting. She feels the constant need to organize information and likes to challenge the assumptions of her audience. As editorial intern at Next Nature Network, she carries out the next nature philosophy through articles and social media content.


Posts by Meike Schipper

Food Technology 

Turning surplus bread into craft beer

Globally, humans produce enough food to feed 10 billion people (we are only 7 billion now) yet somehow we waste a third of this. Food waste is one of the biggest climate challenges of our time. Luckily, there are some brilliant ideas out there aiming to tackle this global problem. The ECO coin Award 2018 […]

Society of Simulations 

How animal filters unmask the estranged relation to our wild self

Would you like a dog snout, cat eyes or fluffy bunny ears? The choice is yours. Virtual selfie filters have become a widespread phenomenon on social media platforms such as Snapchat and Instagram. But what kind of self do these animal filters show us?


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