• A.C. Meyers Vænge 15

    2450 København SV


  • A.C. Meyers Vænge 15, A, hum 3 sal

    2450 København SV


1995 …2024

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Personal profile

Research profile

My research is centered on Media Art as transdisciplinary practice, and its histories and ontologies. From this basis, I am focusing on unheard avant-gardes (experiments in media art) (especially from Scandinavia in the 1960s) and the founding, geneology and use of the metaphors of 'media art', 'art and technology', 'art and science' etc. I am (re)tracing and (re)investigating the works/experiments and the way they are / were documented, looking at and discussing how their ontological status may best be revisited today (and in the future). Especially, I am looking at sonic expressions in art and sound as evidential material in archives and alternative histories. The politics and ethics of metaphors in the cultural heritage field in general.

Teaching profile

Teaching and supervision

Master-level: Media Arts Cultures (and Musicology)

International coordinator and co-founder of the Erasmus Joint Master in Media Arts Cultures - in collaboration with Blue Danube University in Krems (Austria), Lodz University (Poland) and School of Creative Media at CityU in Hong Kong (China).

Teaching and supervising Media Art Culture 2nd semester, courses 'Media Art in (Design) Contexts' and 'State of the (Media) Art'. 

Coordinator and supervisor at the thesis-semester of Media Arts Cultures, as well as thesis-supervisor.

Bachelor-level: Art and Technology (ArT) BA

Teaching History of Art and Technology (with other collegues) 1st and 3rd Semester

Teaching Art in Context (with other collegues) 2nd and 4th Semester

Supervision on 6th semester



I am co-supervising one PhD students at Aarhus University (Maya Bak Herrie)



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