Amelie Hinrichsen is a Research Associate in the Einstein Research Project 3DMIN (Design, Development and Dissemination of New Musical Instruments) at the Berlin University of the Arts.
After accomplishing an apprenticeship as a carpenter, she completed her studies in Product Design at the Berlin University of the Arts in 2012. With her final project she won the DMY Young Talents Jury Award in 2013.
After working as a freelancer for Friedrich von Borries, she joined the 3DMIN Team in 2013. As Part of the Design and Development work group within the research project together with Till Bovermann and Dominik Hildebrand Marques Lopes, she developed PushPull, 3DMIN’s first instrument prototype which won Third Place at the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition 2015 in Atlanta.
Amelie's work ranges from film to product- to interface design. It reflects her interest in combining theoretical research with a practical approach, with physicalness and personal experience always in focus.