Alexandra Fruhstorfer works as a designer and researcher in Vienna. She employs design as an experimental tool, with which she questions dominant political and cultural paradigms and investigates their role in the context of ever more rapid technological and ecological change. For example, she thinks about the job descriptions of tomorrow, works out if it is possible to live synergistically with a sheep, and designs architectural models that meet the needs of crows, pigs, and raccoons. Fruhstorfer studied industrial design at the University of Applied Arts. She has been represented in the collection of the MAK Design Lab since 2019. In 2021, she was nominated for the Ralph Saltzman Prize of the Design Museum in London. Her work has been exhibited in such settings as the Triennale di Milano, the Porto Design Biennale, MoMA New York, and the Jerusalem Design Week.