Nils Wiberg

Nils Wiberg

Nils Wiberg is an Interactive Artist and Interaction Designer from Sweden based in Iceland who holds a Masters degree in Human Computer Interaction and a Master degree in Cognitive Science.

Nils Wiberg's design work focuses on bringing Tangible Computing to the realm of exhibition design. As an Interaction Designer he specializes in the creation of immersive experiences where people reach insight through an unconscious process of intuition which leads to an insight. In this he strives to poeticize the distance between man and technology.

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Reykjavík, Iceland

The Incas, Treasures of Peru

Merit Award 2020
The Incas, Treasures of Peru

From prehistory to the contemporary era, the museum invites the public to explore the captivating world of ancient cultures of Peru through the Inca civilization renowned for rich culture, craftsmanship, and unique weaving patterns. To bring the visitor a step closer to their craft of weaving, Gagarin developed the "Weaving Time" installation for the exhibition The Incas, Treasures of Peru. 

Heart of Iceland

Merit Award 2019
Heart of Iceland

Thingvellir is a natural wonder, situated on the tectonic plate boundaries of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. It is the place where Iceland became a commonwealth when the parliament was established there in 930 CE, and the park has for centuries had a unique place in the heart of every Icelander. At Þingvellir‘s visitor’s center, Hakið, visitors are invited on a journey through history and through Thingvellir National Park’s nature.

LAVA Centre

Honor Award 2018
LAVA Centre

The LAVA Centre sits between five of Iceland's greatest volcanoes. The main exhibition, designed by Basalt Architects and Gagarín, reveals the epic forces of nature that shape our planet and created Iceland. Visitors get a crash course in volcanology while experiencing the extreme forces associated with volcanic eruptions and earthquakes.

Niles Wiberg and Cory Clarke - Next Gen Interaction: Next Gen Thinking


Nils Wiberg, Gagarin
Cory Clarke, VSA Partners
The next generation of interaction requires a new way of thinking, and an understanding that when human behavior changes new models of experiences will emerge. Join us for a visionary outlook at what is next and what you need to consider as these types of interactions impact projects, spaces, cities and our lives!

moderated by Justin Molloy, SEGD
sponsored by Color-Ad


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