Veronica Tran

Interaction Lab Residence Grant

August - October 2019

Veronica Tran. Melbourne, 1995 

Designer and researcher with a background in visual and interaction design. Veronica develops her research and interaction design practice through the lens of visual worldbuilding, human-machine interaction, archival theory, and digital literacy.

Her current focuses are within speculative futures, digital experiences, and visual direction in order to investigate modes of information access, and how the layers of obfuscation in an increasingly digital culture removes visibility of the material realities of digital infrastructures. Physical realities of archiving are an increasingly important topic in the age of rapid data creation, as she is currently exploring the semiotics and embodied interactions that make up this space.

She most recently completed the masters in ‘Design for Emergent Futures’ at IaaC and Elisava as part of the Space10 Scholarship, where she also completed Fab Academy at Fab Lab Barcelona. Previously, she graduated from RMIT, Melbourne in Communication Design, and undertook the undergraduate mobility programme in Interaction Design, a trans-disciplinary field of design practice including communication design and interactive media. She utilizes the mediums of graphic design, physical prototyping, videos, animation, and drawings.

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