After studying media arts and animation at Gifu Prefecture's International Academy of Media Arts and Sciences (now the Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences , or IAMAS), Hasegawa moved to London. There, she worked as vice president and designer at Haque Design + Research, where she mostly did research and development on interactive art in public spaces. In 2012, she received an MA from the Design Interactions course at the Royal College of Art in Britain. From the fall of 2014 to the summer of 2016, she was a researcher and graduate student as part of the Design Fiction group at the MIT Media Lab. From April 2017, she has served as a project researcher at the University of Tokyo Graduate School as part of the JST ERATO Kawahara Universal Information Network Project . In January 2020, she will be publishing her first book, Revolutionary 20XX: A Lesson in Speculative Design (in Japanese).
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