Christian Nold

Artist, designer, educator.


Christian Nold - Artist, designer, educator.

Christian Nold is an artist, teacher and cultural activist living in London. Nold studied Fine Art at Kingston University as well as an MA in Interaction Design at the Royal College of Art.
In 2001, he wrote the widely acclaimed book 'Mobile Vulgus', and in 2009 'Emotional Geographies' was published, of which Christian is editor.
He was commissioned by Independent Photography to develop the 6 month community project 'Greenwich Emotion Map'. The Bio Mapping project has been shown in Italy, Holland, Finland, Portugal, Belgium, Latvia and India.
Christian is currently teaching at the Bartlett UCL as well Southbank University London.

Some of his Exhibitions and Public Art Projects:

Bijlmer Euro
Holland Creation of an innovative parastical local currency to support local development and identity. 2009, Amsterdam

Sensing the Future of Hedehusene
Design and creation of an innovative town scale environmental sensor and voting network for future planning of a small town. 2009, World Design Capital, Turin, Italy

Greenwich Emotion Map
6 month community art project of workshops culminating in a printed OS map. Hosted by Independent Photography. London. (Sep 2005 - April 2006).

Making Things Public
Large group show curated by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel. ZKM, Karlsruhe, 20 Mar - 7 Aug 2005

Tactical Urban Map Hack (Bio Mapping)
Locative Media installation at the Dutch Electronics Art Festival 2004, Rotterdam

Emotion Map
Bio Mapping