I’m Malika Khurana, currently a student at Carnegie Mellon University pursuing a MSc in Computational Design from my kitchen table.
I create thoughtful objects, installations, and experiences that bridge physical and digital, often as reflections on our relationship to technology and the environment. I am trying to be a good steward for the future world.
I grew up in Boston and Dubai, studied and decided to become a designer, worked at a small design agency in London and as an interaction designer at Formlabs, and then studied some more.
EducationMSc. Computational Design, Carnegie Mellon University
Dip. Design Products, Royal College of Art
B.A. Engineering & Studio Art (High Hons., Magna Cum Laude), Dartmouth College
ExperienceNASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Formlabs, Studio PSK, Fathom Information Design, Biolite, Dartmouth College Studio Art
AwardsAmerican Geophysical Union Michael H. Freilich Student Visualization Competition Grand Prize Winner, Phi Beta Kappa Society, H. Allen Brooks Traveling Fellowship, Dartmouth 1977 Project Award, Wolfenden Fine Arts
Prize, Class of 1960 Residential Life Purchase Award, Dartmouth Book Arts Prize Winner, Freedom House Photo Competition Finalist with Special Recognition.