Hanna Wiesener is a designer, researcher and consultant for design-in-tech projects. With a background in product design (UdK Berlin) and cultural studies (HU Berlin, Paris 8 Saint-Denis), she assists as a Research Associate in the interdisciplinary Cluster projects Filtering and Cutting, combining interaction design with humanities and computer science. Her research and consultancy is guided by an interest in how design and technology can contribute to a caring interplay between humans, society and nature. She co-founded a label for parametric knitwear by transferring audio data into knitting patterns. For eight years she taught design at the Berlin University of the Arts and coordinated the scholarship program Creative Prototyping, a grant for technology-based projects in the arts. As an exhibition designer, she specialised in interactive installations and knowledge exchange, realising exhibitions for museums and historical sites as well as workshops for cultural education.