Martin Kim Luge is an interaction designer, innovation designer and creative planner whose work dwells between human-machine cooperation, participatory design processes, and perception. He focuses on developing innovative methods and strategies for co-ideational techniques as well as concepts and applications for empirical processes using digital media.
Martin worked as associate researcher at the "Center for Responsible Research and Innovation" (CERRI) at Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Berlin. He has been actively involved in establishing an interdisciplinary team of designers and researchers. Being the artistic director of the research unit he played an important role in redefining and pushing the boundaries of the institutes research activities.
He started to discover New Media in 2000 when he worked as a graphic designer. From there on he continuously broadened his skills through studies at renowned universities such as Burg Giebichenstein University of Arts, Halle/Saale, Digital Media Class at University of Arts, Berlin and the Media and Art class at Tama Art University in Tokyo. In 2011, he graduated at Prof. J. Sauter's class at the University of the Arts. In 2011 he co-founded the Berlin based FELD - studio for digital crafts, in 2016 JUWL-holographic experiences and initiated in 2017 Raum für Zukunft to show the value of design in relevant topics to society.