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Esther Weltevrede

Esther Weltevrede is a second year Media Studies Research Master student at the University of Amsterdam. Before studying New Media she attended the School of Arts in Breda where she received a Bachelor degree in Graphic Design.

She is involved as researcher and coordinator in the recently founded Digital Methods Initiative at the University of Amsterdam. DMI is dedicated to developing tools and methods for researching the ‘natively digital.’ Since this summer she is a member of GovComOrg, a foundation dedicated to creating and hosting political tools on the Web.

Currently she is a part-time teacher Information Visualization at Master Editorial Design, Utrecht School of Art, and part-time teacher Public Design at Interactive Media, Hogeschool van Amsterdam.


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Amazon affiliate-program

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Locative Media

What is Locative Media? presentation by Esther Weltevrede & Jasper Moes Here is some extra info on Waag Society’s definition of Locative Media, as can be found on the their website: PsychogeographyPsychogeography kijkt naar de specifieke effecten, die een...