milli keil

Driven by the vision of a sustainable future, I aim at constantly sharpening my interdisciplinary perspective on the world in order to think outside the box. Thus, I seek to connect various subject areas - including science, art, digital media, politics, climate justice, and social sciences - to break free from habitual thought patterns and pave the way for new structures. My work aims to initiate discourse about multidisciplinary issues that require symbiotic collaboration between design and computation methods.

In October 2022 I started studying the joint masters program Design & Computation between the University of the Arts Berlin and the Technical University Berlin. Previously I studied and worked in the field of economics, with a particular focus on climate policy-making. This led me to complete my bachelor in 'Sustainable Management B.Sc.' at Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), where I afterwards worked on a publication. Additionally, I work as an extra at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and volunteer at Klasse Klima, a student initiative at UdK, as well as at Stromnetz Berlin GmbH in their Bürger*innenrat. Since 2023, I have been the recipient of a scholarship from the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes (German National Academic Foundation).


02/24 Entangling @newpractice Berlin
09/23 Open Access Conference @HfS Berlin
09/23 Ars Electronica 2023 in Linz
07/23 Rundgang @UdK 2023
02/23 Manifest:IO @Alte Münze Berlin
02/23 Open Studio @newpractice Berlin