Crash is the title of an interactive multimedia installation that focuses on the ground zero of the recent financial crisis – the desks of bankers, brokers and traders. The installation puts the user in the panoptic position of a stock trader, who experiences and influences a particular representation of reality on his monitors.

Jewish Museum Berlin

3 by 17 meters projection surface, 5 projectors, 3 computers in a network and 34 interview clips in 4 different sizes. The installation that product designer and programmer Florian Rühle and I produced for the Jewish Museum Berlin during the last two months can be seen at the prologue of the exhibition ‘Looting and Restitution’. [...]

This is the online portfolio for motion and design projects and related research of Nico Roicke. I'm a graduate of MA Communication Design, pathway Digital Media, at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. Also I'm part of the motion design studios Sir ja sir and Buchstabenschubser.

Beside motion graphics (or motion design, if you prefer) I'm the co-founder of the fanzine and weblog Jackpot Baby! - New digital pop culture (all texts unfortunately in German language) and I write for Berlin's finest Webblog Spreeblick - Pop, Politics, Products & Positions (German again). Go and catch up some of my latest tweets on Twitter (English and German, it's really hard to tell) or take a glance at some of my Flickr pics and Vimeo vids.