Maisa Imamović is an Amsterdam-based writer, web-developer, designer, and art worker. She likes to draw. After graduating from Gerrit Rietveld’s Architectural Design department in 2018, she pursued the Full-Stack Web Development certificate at BSSA. Since 2019 she is a senior researcher at the Institute of Network Cultures (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences). Her main research interests are ‘the island of boredom’, the impossibility to be bored, and consequences of boredom. In a world where the virtual is real and vice-versa, Maisa observes trends, cliches, concepts of time, and writes about them. Web-development is her entry point to study the ways in which traditional (read dominant) codes + user experience program lifestyles and modes of being. As a designer, she doesn’t produce much in the physical. Maisa was published in Kajet, Simulacrum, Forum, Real Review, and runs her own blog at Living Industry.
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Walky-Worky coming soon