Patricia Hurducaș

I was born 28 years ago in Satu Mare, Romania.

In 2015 I moved to Berlin to pursue a Master of Arts degree at Humboldt University of Berlin.

My dissertation is written on the Modern and Postmodern Flâneuse in American Literature.

I am working as a data analyst for a Swiss company in Luzern but as of May 2021 I will take a sabbatical and rethink my career choices.

Since January 2020 I live in a mountain town in Switzerland, near Mt. Rigi.

I write

  • articles on different topics | interviews with friends and people who inspire me
  • a sci-fi novella entitled Travel to Edinburgh. In 2017 I stayed for a couple of nights at an Airbnb on Cockburn street in Edinburgh and this story popped into my mind. It’s a story about time travel, grief, identity. If you want to listen to the soundtrack I “curated” for this novella, here is the link. Music helps me a lot in the process of world-building and character-development.

Communities I am a member of

  • the Interintellect – member and host. Next Salon: 15th of April, Hiking with Nietzsche.
  • NessLabs – member. I joined this community because of the course From Collector to Creator. Today we collect and consume a lot of information, but we do not create and give back to the world as much as we can/could.

Other interests

  • lettering and typography – I am slowly but surely creating a digital magazine entitled Flânerie Experiments where I can play with fonts and design. Joining Martina Flor’s atelier a while ago for an evening of conversations and red wine made me realise I always had a passion for lettering.
  • Latin – in high school I was very much in love with this dead language. I took part in different national contests and translated Latin texts. In the upcoming future I wish to rekindle my interest in this language and create a learning group on Zoom for people who already have some basic knowledge and would like to study further this beautiful language.
  • social entrepreneurship
  • art patronage

Contact me on Twitter or book a 1:1 call with me via Calendly if you want to have a conversation. On my anchor account I sometimes post conversations I have with friends and strangers. Click here if you want to listen to my conversation with Antonia – on art experiments.

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