Daniel Goddemeyer is an interdisciplinary researcher and designer who explores our future relationships with technology through research, experiments and product applications.
He is the founder of OFFC, a New York City based research and design studio, that works with global brands, research institutions and start-ups to explore future product applications for today’s emerging technologies.
With his own research and his MFA class Urban Fictions at the School of Visual Arts he explores how the increasing proliferation of these technologies in our future lives will transform our everyday interactions.
For his work he has received several distinctions and awards from the Art Directors Club, the Red Dot Award, the German Design Price, and the Industrial Designer Society of America.
His work has been exhibited internationally at the Westbound Shanghai Architecture Biennial (2015), Data in the 21st century exhibition at V2 Rotterdam (2015), Data Traces Riga (2015) and the Big Bang Data exhibition at London’s Somerset house (2016) among others.