Moving Target Collective

is rooted in an interdisciplinary and practice-based research approach, meaning that it combines the backgrounds of its members in sociology, industrial design, art and computer science as well as their academic and pop cultural interests for a broader scope. Our goal is to build cool things which reflect our stance in feminism, design, hacking and theory. The collective is a space where members contribute their individual skills to create artwork with a critical approach to AI. It’s a space for sharing skills and learning new ones, for growing knowledge and empower each other teaching and learning about technology, design and society. It is a space for speculating about critical and feminist approaches to AI.

Alexa Steinbrück

is a software developer, artist and educator. She has a degree in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Amsterdam and co-runs a lab for AI & Robotics at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design in Halle/Germany where she researches/prototypes creative applications of AI technologies and interfaces for co-creation. She is part of the international team of Better Images of AI, a campaign and database to improve the visual language to depict AI.

Natalie Sontopski

Co-Founder Code Girls // Author of “We Love Code. Das kleine 101 des Programmierens” // Research interests: Artificial Intelligence and gender, Code Literacy, programming and education

Amelie Goldfuß

is a designer/artist/person navigating hybrid environments, robots, AI, technological weirdness and sociotechnical speculation. She uses post-/cross-disciplinary approaches to address topics like human-machine relationships or gender in tech. She’s also a lecturer at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design in Halle.