Superrr is a community and a lab. We develop visions and projects with the goal to create more equitable futures. We do so by researching technologies, building networks and shaping new narratives. Superrr is playful, visionary and feminist.
The mission of Superrr Lab is to explore and develop the potentials of new technologies for society and diversity. We challenge existing paradigms by bringing new perspectives and stakeholders to the discussion. We work with civil society, political decision makers and the tech industry. Through our fellowship programs we support individuals and explore future narratives. In our research work we study the social implications of technology. In our advocacy work we challenge the power and purpose of technology in society. Our work is driven by feminist values such as equity, diversity, creativity and curiosity. Superrr Lab is an independent non-profit organization founded by Elisa Lindinger and Julia Kloiber in 2019.
Superrr Lab Team
Julia Kloiber: Co-Founder and Managing Director, Superrr Lab. Julia has worked with international non-profits such as the Mozilla Foundation, Ashoka and the Open Knowledge Foundation. She has founded a number of initiatives and organizations with a focus on public interest tech and digital public infrastructure. Among them are the Prototype Fund, a public open source fund and the network Code for Germany. Julia Kloiber is a Fellow of the Mozilla Foundation, through her work she explores feminist digital futures. She has a background in design and media studies and is a speaker at international conferences. She is on the Advisory Board of Wikimedia Offene Wissenschaft, Digital Service 4 Germany and the Postcode Lottery Germany. Contact: julia[at]superrr.net
Elisa Lindinger: Co-Founder and Managing Director, Superrr Lab. Elisa works at the intersection of technology, the arts and the humanities. Her research focuses on open digital infrastructure communities, digital civil society, and the social impact of emerging technologies. As a trained archaeologist, Elisa has worked in the fields of culture and computer science for more than a decade, both in and outside of academia. She worked with the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany on several Civic Tech projects and acted as the director of the Prototype Fund, the first public funding program for freelance software developers in Germany and aims at defining new means to foster technology in the public interest. Conatct: elisa[at]superrr.net
Superrr Community is a lose network of female, trans and non-binary people in the arts, in science, tech, journalism, activism and more. People who challenge the status quo by the work they do – through starting new programs and organizations, running campaigns, creating community spaces or developing and building things that try to make the world a better place. We strive for diversity, fairness and equality. We believe that we can best achieve that by working together and by empowering and supporting one another. We meet on a regular basis to come together, exchange new ideas and scheme on new collaborations. We combine our forces to fight for a free society in which everyone can live up to their potentials.
The Superrr community was started in 2015 by Zara Rahman and Julia Kloiber. Kat Braybrooke, Christine Jakobson and Frederike Kaltheuner run the Superrr community in London.