Christiane Hütter (Frau Hue) is a Berlin based game designer and artist. She studied psychology and scriptwriting. After her first experiences in german TV (Tatort, 2011), she quit german TV. (Temporarily. Maybe.)
Since 2010 she is a core member of Invisible Playground (invisibleplayground.com) and designs urban games and playful experiences all over the world with a focus on new relations between cities and society. In 2014 she co-founded the Society for Cultural Optimism. This group designs speculative, game-like structures that engage people in meaningful discourse on current social and political topics in interconnected systems. (culturaloptimism.org).
As individual artist, Christiane Hütter creates performative settings, e.g. „Wurst part of me“ where people were invited to cook and eat a blood sausage out of their own blood. Beyond, she is breeding an egg since 2011 (brueten.tumblr.de), an ongoing play-driven experiment about future social parentship.