• Universitetsvej 1, 10.2

    DK-4000 Roskilde


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Personal profile


My area of research is in the relationship between digital technology and human beings. Through computational logic, sensors, and expressions, the technology resonates with participants, both in their relation to the work itself and just as much in the interpersonal experiences among themselves - in the situated context.

In 2004 I co-founded illutron collaborative, interactive art collective, which resides on a large-scale industrial barge in Copenhagen Harbor. Its purpose is to hold space for artists to work with technology, biology, and scrap materials in an artistic manner - free from larger commercial interests. The collective is run as a non-profit organisation governed by its active members.

I have exhibited artworks since 2004 at museums, public settings, and large-scale events and produce academic publications as meta-reflections on my experiments.

I explore digital materiality as a hybrid between physical material and digital technologies. My research follows three major strands: 1) Dynamic material technology's experiential and aesthetic potential. 2) The possibility of creating frameworks for the creative use of computational technology. 3) Enabling democratic ownership of technology through open knowledge-sharing and digital fabrication labs.

Education/Academic qualification

Interaction Design, PhD, Designing for Homo Explorens: open social play in performative frames, Malmö University

Award Date: 28 Mar 2014


  • Computer science, IT