Berlin makes

Badaboom!

With a mix of analog media, digital tools and storytelling, BadaboomBerlin creates media installations for everybody to enjoy. We involve visitors' creations to design a unique, inclusive space where every age, culture and diversity can feel welcomed.

BADABOOM BERLIN in 2 minutes
 

Bauhaus Museum Dessau Opening

 

Babyconcert China Tour

SHANGHAI - 5. | 7.12.2019
HANGZHOU - 13. | 15.12.2019

 

Fantasy Creatures in GRIMMWELT

 

Wilde wilde Wesen

FIGURENTHEATER MÜNCHNER STADTMUSEUM - 18.01.2020
T-WERK POTSDAM - 21. | 22.2.20

 

Interactive Architectures in Bauhaus

 

Spiel Mit Mir in Grassimuseum

Clients & Partners

BadaboomBerlin

Daniel Huber and Alessandro Maggioni found BadaboomBerlin in 2016.
They share a playful approach to technology and curiosity to combine analog and digital media. In their work technology is a framework that allows free expression of creativity. Drawings, sculptures, any object enters magically in the installations, and the surprise involves kids and grown-ups in the creative process.
They research, consult and collaborate with museums, theaters and festivals. Daniel and Alessandro also give regularly workshops in schools, media art events and universities.

Daniel Huber

Designer and Creative Coder

Daniel Huber likes to create rich immersive experiences in space. He is working as a freelancer in concept development, interaction design and coding for different world brands, big events and exhibitions.
Daniels experience over the past ten years spans from creating new tools for artistic expression with full-body interaction to huge immersive, interactive environments. He prefers to combine traditional mediums with emerging technologies, something that comes alive, invite people to play and tell a story.

Daniel Huber

Alessandro Maggioni

Alessandro Maggioni

Artist and Designer

Alessandro is an artist and industrial designer who loves to bring his poetic approach to every narrative and audiovisual interaction or performance he produces. His interest in the role of analog in digital culture lead him to explore the world of handmade paper-craft and stop-motion animation and to share this knowledge with younger generations through workshops given in kindergartens, schools and media festivals.
Alessandro has recently expanded his activity collaborating with musicians, composers, theater stages and actors, co-producing theater plays and concerts for babies and teens, for which he curated the artistic direction.