• Listening session and presentation of Plage Blanche
      11-25-2022, 18:30

      Listening session with Marine Froeliger to discover the spectrum of Plage Blanche published since its launch in 2021 and to analyze the footage of the website, like a time capsule that would be opened at a given time to listen to its content, Ergastule exhibition space, Nancy.

    • Digital self-defense
      11-19-2022, 14:00

      Workshop with Irina Lambla, Ada Lanerd, Djan and Gaut, Le Shadok, Strasbourg.

    • Network & Magic
      11-05-2022, 14:00

      Co-facilitation (GM) of a role-playing game to understand the basics of how the Internet works, with Ada Lanerd, Le Shadok, Strasbourg.

    • Format(s) Festival
      10-19-2022, 14:00

      Guarding and mediating the poster exhibition of the graphic design festival, La Menuiserie (COOP), Strasbourg, October 19-23, 2022.

    • Hack ver Alli: Education under Surveillance.
      10-21-2022, 19:00

      Discussion circle moderation with Ljf, Le Shadok, Strasbourg.

    • Dazzle workshops for young audiences
      07-19-2022, 13:30

      Co-animation of make-up and camouflage workshops for young audiences with Ada Lanerd and Tanguy Chêne at MAC VAL in Vitry-sur-Seine, July 19-22, 2022.

    • Network & Magic
      05-21-2022, 14:00

      A role-playing game to understand the basics of how the Internet works, co-animation with Ada Lanerd for Hackstub, Le Shadok, Strasbourg.

    • Digital accessibility workshop
      04-30-2022, 10:30

      Co-organised with Irina Lambla and Valentin Grimaud for Hackstub and Alsace Réseau Neutre, Médiathèque Neudorf, Strasbourg. Feedback and test results published on La Litière, the CHATONS wiki.

    • Hack ver Alli: Lanceur.euse.s d’alerte, de l’alarme à la protection des personnes
      04-22-2022, 19:00

      Screening of the film Hacking Justice on Julian Assange's struggle and informal discussion, co-organised with Hackstub and Alternatiba, GEM Aube, Strasbourg

    • Dazzle Workshop
      04-02-2022, 14:00

      Co-animation of a make-up-camouflage workshop to deceive facial detection technologies, Ada Lanerd, Daria and Tanguy Chêne for Hackstub, Le Shadok, Strasbourg.

    • Hack ver Alli: Health Data Hub, quelles utilisations et circulations de nos données de santé ?
      03-25-2022, 19:00

      Exchange with a doctor from the CHU of Strasbourg, format prepared with Ada Lanerd, Daria and Harmonie for Hackstub, Foyer de l'Étudiant Catholique, Strasbourg.


Marjorie Ober is a graphic designer, artist, and programmer.
She lives and works in Strasbourg.
Her practice includes posters, book design, writing, web and installation.
She mainly uses free licenses and free softwares since 2018.
She is currently specializing in digital accessibility, more specifically in the creation of accessible websites and digital documents.

Attached to collaboration, she works on different projects or responds to commissions in cooperation with the Figures Libres collective and the artist, graphic designer and programmer Nicolas Chesnais, and occasionally with Camille Trimardeau within the collective Plus Plus Égal that they founded in 2014. She works regularly with the team of Sonya (a listening space dedicated to audio storytelling and a sound design studio based in Strasbourg) on various projects

As part of her commissioned work, she co-directed the visual identities of La Ferme du Haut Mont, the Libre-Échange exhibition, the internal communication of ESADHaR and the Libre Software Meeting 2018. She has also designed various websites for structures such as the Sonya association, the associative hackerspace Hackstub or the graphic design studio Horstaxe, and co-designed the platforms En français au pluriel for the researcher in linguistics Myriam Suchet and Périple 2021 for the juggling collective Collectif Protocole.

As part of her research work, she is interested in the means we have today to “travel” in images. She conceives these visual experiences as tools, which take the form of both printed media and digital devices. She wrote a master thesis on this subject, followed by a DNSEP diploma in graphic design & interactive medias at ESADHaR in Le Havre, which she obtained in 2016. Her main object of study and creation today is cyberfeminism, with writing and programming as her favourite modes of exploration and expression. Apart from the Cyberhuts project, writings and productions in this regard appear on her blog.
Originally from the fixed image world, her self-taught training in the web has modified her relationship to the medium and has shifted the stakes of her research: she now defends a more performative approach to creation and manipulates more resilient materials such as text and code.

She has exhibited her work :
at the Glassbox in Paris as part of a reactivation of Edition 1 of 149 with the artwork Une matière du présent, redesigned with the artist Pierre Frulloni in October 2019 ;
at the Consigne SNCF of Le Havre as part of Une Saison graphique with an in situ installation in May 2019 ;
at the Galerie Duchamp in Yvetot as part of the group exhibition Background with pieces from the Cascades series in May 2017;
at ENSA Normandie as part of the group exhibition Take care of us with pieces from the Cascades series in November 2016.

She has also added herself to writing, producing the texts Le Tutoriel and Quelle place pour l'image de design graphique ? for the event Super Image at CEAAC - Art center in Strasbourg in 2019 and 2017. More recently, she has undertaken the writing of a series of texts listed under the title Body Recoding : de l'injonction au réenchantement des corps sexisés. Corps, Style, Mouvement, with the subject of the body and its transformation as a vector of power, based on the anime Sailor Moon and cyberfeminist references. It is accessible from a Nextcloud instance, and versioned and imported on Gitlab in order to allow its amendment and access at different states of writing.

Invested in the Hackstub, a Strasbourg hackerspace that raises awareness of the local public to the Libre culture and computer science, Marjorie has participated in the development of different formats in the popular education program of the association (see Hackstub services). More recently, she joined the cyberfeminist group Hacqueen and contributes to the animation of the collective. She counts among her interventions the participation in local discussions on digital accessibility, data or ecology and digital culture (Le Shadok, Neudorf media library, Musica festival) and on libre graphics softwares (Le Shadok, Libre Graphics Meeting 2020). She also co-facilitated workshops in the fields of graphic design and computer science such as Cybercabanes (HTML and CSS initiation with Ada Lanerd), Dazzle (anti-surveillance make-up with Daria) or Libérons-nous du pistage (regain control over one's data and adopt alternative digital solutions with Alsace Réseau Neutre).

Outside of the associative context, she also carried out mediation with graphic design students from the Saint-Vincent-de-Paul high school and the ESADHaR in Le Havre. It is possible to find the formats proposed in animation that are part of collective creation on the Hackstub services page, and those resulting from a personal production in a directory of courses online via Nextcloud


Graphic design and development: Marjorie Ober.


Fonts: Karmilla (2012) by J. Pinhorn, M. Schmalstieg, R. Bastide, N. Maravitti and Vollkorn (2006) by F. Althausen.

Text distributed under the terms of the CC BY-ND 4.0 licence, images distributed under the terms of the Art Libre 1.3 licence.

Gif: Peanut Butter Jelly Time meme.