The Spaces in between
Tali is obsessed with embedding digital technology into physical architecture. The goal is to create smart, artful, meaningful, useful and playful spaces that can engage culture in new conversations. She explores how our digital imagination fills those spaces in between words, things, objects and thoughts.
Tali Krakowsky is the founder of Apologue, Inc., dedicated to the creation of immersive environments that seamlessly integrate new media, storytelling and physical space. Committed to a highly multi-disciplinary and collaborative methodology, Tali has imagined and created interactive spaces for clients such as CHANEL, Victoria’s Secret, BMW, the Museum of Modern Art, IBM, Frank Gehry and Van Cleef & Arpels.
Born in Israel and raised in Hong Kong, Tali has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design from the Parsons School of Design and a Master of Arts from UCLA's School of Architecture, where her thesis was on interactive architecture. She is a frequent speaker and writer on the topics of design, technology, and architecture, and is also a curator and moderator of global, cross-disciplinary events that focus on facilitating conversations amongst professionals around the science and fiction of immersive design.
"Design +" is an ongoing series that will examine the process of co-creation. It is one part of the larger Members Series, and so caters to members' concerns for content, networking and price. Our world is becoming increasingly cross-disciplinary. Join us to discover the pros and cons of working with experts in our field and others.