Born 1984 in Neustrelitz/Germany.
Between 2002 and 2009 Carolin Liedtke studied Media Technology with an emphasis on audiovisual technology and light technology at Technische Universität Ilmenau/Germany. Since 2009 she works on her dissertation on interior light quality with an emphasis on stereoscopic image light.
In 2007 she started working at Semperlux AG Berlin/Germany, where she was employed as an engineer of applicaton of lighting since 2009. Additionally, she began working as a research assistant at Technische Universität Berlin with teaching assignments in light and lighting technology in 2010. Focal points in her work are workshops and project works with students. In consequence, she was part of the technical and artistic management of students’ installations at the platform of german-french art: Labo#5 »Natur und Stadt/Nature et ville« (2011) and Labo#6 »Dualität/Dualité« (2012) at Fête des Lumières in Lyon/France.
Publications (excerpt): Carolin Liedtke et al.: »The Incidence of Light and Directional Light in Interiors – A Rethinking of a Lighting Quality Aspect«, in: Proceedings Lux Europa 2013, pp. 535–540; Carolin Liedtke et al.: »The light direction and directional light – towards a new quantification of an essential lighting quality criterion«, in: Proceedings of CIE Centenary Conference, pp. 542–551.
Carolin Liedtke is a fellow in cooperation with Hybrid Plattform, Berlin.