Jacob Remin

MA in interaction design, Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design.
BA in Design Engineer, Technical University of Denmark.

Jacob Remin’s practice is a critical meditation over technology and the power structures it creates. Remin creates spaces for conversation and his work is often manifested in the meeting between light, space, composition and interaction.

To read more about Jacob Remin please visit www.jacobremin.com

 

Exhibition
Shaking the habitual: When does the future begin?

March 3 – June 23 2018

voice machines by Jacob Remin, 2018 & Tigrinya Wealth, film by Miriam Haile, 2015 . Photo: Kristian Touborg.

From April 21 Jacob Remin will present his work voice machines as apart of the exhibition Shaking the habitual. Utilizing abandoned and forgotten land lines, voice machines offers the service of real human voices available 24/7 for your listening pleasure and comfort. This installment of voice machines will recite utopian fragments on the following numbers: +45 32 21 36 26 or +45 32 17 30 85.

 

Event
How to quit: On behalf of
Workshop by Henrik Chulu, Jacob Remin, Maia Kahlke, Andreas Hjort Bundgaard & Halfdan Mouritzen

June 22 at 3-6 pm

Tired of Facebook? Do you suffer from Timeline fatigue and FOMO? Do you wish there was a way to escape the digital treadmill and start a freer life? The solution to your woes is here: The AIs are taking over the world, so why not let them take over your social media too?

No more hard work carefully managing a social media presence; leave it in the loving hands of your very own customized social bot!

Join us on Meter friday the 22nd of June and let us help you get started with this new chapter in your life. Together, we will build your post-organic social media assistant, so you can become your best self online and offline. Just bring your computer and an open mind.

Tune in, log off and let this be the first day in the rest of your freer and better life.

Cyber-zen greetings,
How to Quit

How to quit: Digital stresstest and mindful computing
Workshop by Henrik Chulu, Jacob Remin, Maia Kahlke, Andreas Hjort Bundgaard & Halfdan Mouritzen

May 23 at 3-6 pm

How to quit – a workshop on digital stress and mindful computing arranged by Jacob Remin, Henrik Chulu, Maia Kahlke Lorentzen, Halfdan Mouritzen & Andreas Hjort Bundgaard. Photo: Rine Rodin.

 

How to quit – a workshop on digital stress and mindful computing arranged by Jacob Remin, Henrik Chulu, Maia Kahlke Lorentzen, Halfdan Mouritzen & Andreas Hjort Bundgaard. Photo: Rine Rodin

How stressed out is your online data profile and what are the consequences for your cyber security, your privacy and your digital health? Do you control the computers or do they control you? We introduce you to the mysteries of a healthy online life and how to let go of your digital dependencies. Through a stress test and a series of mindful computing excercises we will help you and the computers in your life back on the path towards cyber zen.