Nikki Vieler is an Autonomous & Visual Product Designer, Researcher and Writer who designs objects & systems for objects, organisations, people and clients. His personal assets are rapid prototyping skills, theoretical framing, research, writing and an explorative approach.
Nikki has an interest in exposing problems and addressing them in solutions-oriented approaches.
Nikki has a practice oriented around Digital Craft, Object Oriented Ontology, Theory, Research, Visual Culture and Ecology. He advocates nonviolence as a means to a better form of co-existence. He also has a preference to design and fabricate products on demand or to create visual narratives with Products.
Nikki’s strengths are combining theories and practical work, flexible production skills and his ability to adapt to situations rapidly.
Nikki also has an interest in collaborating with and working on assignments with multiple partners and stakeholders.
In the end he hopes to make Planet Earth a more hospitable peaceful and better place to live, by designing meaningful objects and methods of co-existence. Nikki also seeks to gain an understanding and become more meaningfully and non-violently politically engaged through his work. He also wishes to make democracy less authoritarian by granting rights or proportional representation to Animals and Objects mostly within and also outside the European Union.