Konterbass


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors
2020

Konterbass


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors

Citizen-Ship


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors
2019

Citizen-Ship


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors

Legion of Mac


Design students embodying their uniformity through performance
2019

Legion of Mac


Design students embodying their uniformity through performance

Another Chair


Just another chair and the joy of mastering its materials
2019

Another Chair


Just another chair and the joy of mastering its materials

Tracing Identities


Uncovering and discovering tensions of identity in Eindhoven shopping street
2018

Tracing Identities


Uncovering and discovering tensions of identity in Eindhoven shopping street

r/gonewild


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors
2018

r/gonewild


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors

Temper


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors
2018

Temper


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors

Mingus Models


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors
2017

Mingus Models


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors

jiffy


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors
2016

jiffy


Experiencing music as negotiation between non-human and human actors

stoole


Rocking stool for healthy posture made from three parts without screws or glue
2016

stoole


Rocking stool for healthy posture made from three parts without screws or glue

What could be?
What should be?


My name is Jakob Schleenvoigt, and I am a designer based in the Netherlands and Austria.

I like to engage with my surroundings as an archeologist of the present, trying to uncover the invisible weaves of opinions and decisions leading to their particular state. Using different media such as installations, text, web or print, I translate and assemble my findings into peculiar vantage points giving unexpected angles on the subject of study.

Since design as a practice lays claim to shaping the future, an intrinsically political process, I believe that as designer I have the political responsibility to be both curious and moral, to explore and seek the surprising, but to also make value judgments and develop my values (nothing is good by nature).

Or in short:

What could be?
What should be?