Alexander Roidl is a designer, artist, and media researcher, with a background in graphic design and media art. His research investigates the diverse implications of human-computer interaction with a focus on the creative use of software. His practice explores the intersection of coding, design, and digital culture.
Alexander holds a Master degree in Experimental Publishing from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam and a Bachelor in Media Design from Hof University of Applied Sciences in Germany. He has previously worked as a lecturer and researcher at the design department of The Hague University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.
Since the beginning of 2022 he is tandem-professor at the University of Applied Sciences Mainz, in cooperation with NODE, Forum for Digital Arts in Frankfurt.
In his work and teaching he researches, among other things, code as a creative medium, the culture and aesthetics of the web, new modes of publishing, digital tools and new formats in design and art.