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Prepping for SXSW 2017 in Austin

. . With Danish Design Centre we'll once again fly to Austin Texas to attend SXSW Interactive in March 2017. This time we'll not only co-organize a series of side events, but also speak in the official program. Concretely we are curating a panel event under the title 'Share or Die: Is the future of […] Read More…

Help! My colleague is a robot: Kicking off UNDERBROEN Debates

Last week in Danish Design Centre - in collaboration with Copenhagen's new innercity makerspace UNDERBROEN - we kicked off "Debatter UNDERBROEN", a new discussion event series taking on contemporary topics within production and technology. This is part of our FutureFab platform in which we explore what design, new manufacturing technology and maker culture will do to transform […] Read More…

TagTomat book now out

    On March 9 2016, with the new publishing company Ctrl+Alt+Delete Books I've started with Niels Peter Hvillum, we published our first book, 'TagTomat: Vejen til grønne fællesskaber i byen', which translates to something along the lines of 'RooftopTomate: The path to green urban communities'. The book is put together and compiled by Mads Lauritsen from TagTomat; […] Read More…

Great #futurefab workshop series

. . This past week I had the pleasure of co-hosting a series of 4 workshops as part of the "Future Fabrication" program (#Futurefab) that we're building in Danish Design Centre, focusing on the potential of maker culture and new technologies to radically revitalize fabrication in Denmark.  More specifically, we're exploring 4 concrete topics within this overall theme: […] Read More…

Today we release au2pilot’s “Fatamorgana” LP on Uhrlaut Records

. After months of work we're very proud to release "Fatamorgana", the first LP of Danish electronic music producer au2pilot on Uhrlaut Records. Out today! The release has been marked by two release parties; one in Copenhagen this past Friday (in collab with the ROI crew) and one prior to that one in Aalborg, au2pilot's hometown (in […] Read More…

Shaping your city with design, technology and data: Sprout Talent Week 2015

. Imagine that you’re walking by the water in Copenhagen. All of a sudden you find a small roundly shaped device hanging in eye height by the water - it looks like one of those old hair dryers you would see at the hairdresser back in the day - and intuitively you feel like putting […] Read More…

Connecting the CPH & Hamburg regions: Fehmarnbelt workshop for cultural exchange

. . Last week I had the pleasure of being invited to participate alongside 35 talented artists, cultural entrepreneurs and civil servants in a workshop to discuss the cultural development of the Fehmarnbelt region (which covers the land area around the water between Germany and Denmark - including Copenhagen and Hamburg).  It was 48 hours of co-creations, […] Read More…

Successful Open Data Day event in Copenhagen

    This past Saturday was global Open Data Day, and in more than 300 cities worldwide volunteer open data advocates organized events to promote not only open data, but "open-everything" culture. So we did in Copenhagen; in a collaboration between Open Knowledge Denmark, Wikimedia Denmark and the Danish Open Street Map community we held […] Read More…

Successful launch of the new PLADS project

. This past week, in collaboration with Rune Brink Hansen from Dark Matters and Majken Overgaard from Art & Innovation Hub, I launched a new project. It's called PLADS; a platform for open source art and technology installations in urban space. As part of the launch we had engaged with 8 Copenhagen-based artists, who all came […] Read More…

Screening of “Europe In 8 Bits” in collaboration with 8-bit klubben

. . Cinemateket, the main venue of the The Danish Film Institute in Copenhagen, is organizing a film series this autumn called "Press Play". It focuses on, quote-unquote, "digital utopias and new beginnings" and features, among other, a screening of the magnificant sci-fi classic Tron. As 8-bit klubben we've been asked to contribute and have […] Read More…