Sarah Kraft is a student at the University of Utah pursuing a Bachelor's in Multi-Disciplinary Design with a minor in Philosophy. She is constantly seeking to question the world around her, find novel ways of displaying information and push the boundaries. In her work, Sarah has explored and documented the human experience through conceptual frameworks and hypothetical what-ifs.
Sarah is interested in experimenting with materials and the physical/sensory experience of objects. Her research interests lie in computational design and 3D modeling, and how these technologies alter human experience with textiles, ceramics, and wearables. She's interested in applying new technologies to traditional production methods (i.e., weaving, painting, ceramic making, metalworking, etc.).
David Onwukeme is a Multi-Disciplinary Design Student and Design Technologist. His work utilizes emerging methods in Human-Computer Interaction to investigate novel cultural translations, cultural frameworks, cultural affordances and, the intersections thereof. David’s research interests within HCI are Computer Vision, Spatial Computing, Algorithmic Modeling and Digital Sensing technology