Student of the CCC Research-based Master Programme at HEAD, Roman A. Karrer (*1994) is a graphic designer, and researcher. His work is situated in the fields of culture, architecture, arts, and politics. He is an associate of the Floating e.V. (Berlin) and a collaborator of ALICE (EPFL). After his BA in Graphic Design at ECAL, he uses the framework of the CCC to investigate on the nature of representation. Working in and on design, his interest lies in contributive design-approaches, methodologies, and processes.
Dismantle Louis Agassiz
Embedded racism at the near side of the moon. By Roman Karrer
In this text, Roman Karrer examines the way in which the names of streets, squares or mountains lend such places a symbolic dimension. The name of the botanist and zoologist Louis Agassiz,…