Dennis Siegel


Dennis Siegel (*27.02.1988 in Bremen) is a German creative technologist and interaction designer. In his works he is focused on tackling everyday issues with design and technology. He is passionate about design, electronics and coding and loves to work with physical computing and rapid prototyping. He holds an undergraduate degree and Master of Arts degree from the University of the Arts Bremen.



2013 - University of the Arts Bremen, Hochschulpreis Digitale Medien, 2nd

2013 - output award, distinction



2016 - Wisp Festival for Arts, Technology & Communication, GER, Insektroniken

2015 - Hacks And Hoaxes, GER, Cat Exploit

2014 - EX_IT, GER, RFID Bikealarm

2013 - Boston Society of Architects Gallery, USA, Electromagnetic Harvester

2013 - Rauchwolken & Luftschlösser, GER, Electromagnetic Harvester

2013 - B-Seite Festival, GER, Photoreductive Pixel

2012 - Best of HfK, GER, Electromagnetic Harvester

2012 - Best of HfK, GER, Photoreductive Pixel

2012 - Best of HfK, GER, Chromatics

2011 - Best of HfK, GER, tele*emo*fon



Prototyping: Laser cutting, 3D printing, CNC milling, PCB design, electronics, woodworking, metalworking, mechanics

Software: Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, After Effects, InDesign), Autodesk Fusion 360, Maxon Cinema4D

Coding: Arduino, Processing, HTML/CSS, JavaScript

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