Anke von der Heide is a curator, media artist, and researcher with an interdisciplinary resume that began with a degree in Visual Communication at the Bauhaus University Weimar (BUW), Urban Design at the Technical University Berlin and Tongji University Shanghai, and a research project in Intermedia Art at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. She is a doctoral candidate with a focus on media architecture and teaches in this area at the BUW, TU-Berlin, Harvard University and HAW Hamburg, among others. Since 2019 she is an artist in the Production Lab of the research project AURORA School for Artists at the HTW Berlin and develops an AR-app for augmenting media facades. Her work in the field of media architecture moves between technology, sociology and public space. Her special focus lies on media content and the medial re-narration of urban space.