Larissa Holaschke

Occupation/Activity

Teaching Assistant and Design Researcher 

in Trends & Identity, University of Arts Zürich

 

Contact

larissa.holasschke@zhdk.ch

CV

Larissa Holaschke is a research and teaching assistant at the Master specialization «Trends & Identity», Department of Design (ZHdK). She studied journalism and communication sciences, political science and philosophy and completed her Master of Design in the specialisation «Event» at the ZHdK. Her thesis «Lipstick Tehran» dealt with the material protest culture of women in Iran, for which she was granted the Gender Studies Prize ZFH. In 2017 she launched the Gender Salon - a research and event format for an applied examination of gender in design (https://trendsandidentity.zhdk.ch/veranstaltungen/gendersalon/). Her research is based on methods of design ethnography and she deals with issues of identity, design and politics.

"Lipstick Tehran"

Publication about subversive signs of protest in Iran, Master thesis, 2016.

"Gender Salon"

An Examination of Gender Clichés and Perspectives in Design, 2017-ongoing.

"Shape Future Education" 

Installation about possible, probable, desirable as well as avoidable futures around learning and teaching, 2018.

"Lipstick Tehran"

"Gender Salon"

"Shape Future Education"

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