A Constitution for 2076
Designing a strategic foresight process to envision what a Constitution for 2076 needs to include to ensure an effective, responsive, and representative democracy.
A participatory project that encourages community members to gather stories of resilience through objects, photographs, scents, and sounds for a multi-sensorial exchange.
Co-creating with nature, an exhibition designed and curated by Vrinda Mathur for Rhode Island School of Design and Hyundai Motor Company’s research collaborative.
Experiential Futures, a symposium on International Safeguards for 2057
Experience design for the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Safeguards symposium, Vienna.
A Fleeting Landscape2021-2022
Embedding ecological curiosity through objects and experiences in the public space. Industrial Design Master’s thesis at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Climate Change & Urban Forestry2021
Building a participatory approach to illuminate the relationship of communities, inequity and tree canopy cover.
Impacts of a changing climate on Gender
Understanding the gendered impacts of climate change by elucidating the disparity between men and women in underprivileged communities of the Global South.
2020 to present
Ideas and experiments across ceramics, glass and biomaterials.