Stina Hasse Jørgensen

Stina Hasse Jørgensen


IT University of Copenhagen
Rued Langgaards Vej 7
DK-2300 Copenhagen S

Building: 5D23

Phone: +45 72185196

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Stina Hasse Jørgensen is a postdoctoral researcher at the Affective Interactions & Relations (AIR) Lab at the Digital Design Department at the IT University of Copenhagen. In her PhD studies at the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, the politics and aesthetics of (synthesized) voices in media arts and design was investigated through practice-based research. 

Stina has published articles on contemporary art, design, sound technologies, collective work and affective labor in journals such as Digital Creativity, Transformations, Journal of Audio Engineering Society, Cultural Analysis, and contributed to anthologies such as Terræn: Veje ind i samtidskunsten (2019) and The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art (2020). Stina has given papers at conferences such as Politics of the Machine, ISACS, Terræn, Audio Mostly, ISEA, Aesthetics, Ethics and Biopolitics of the Posthuman, Global Lives Project - UC Berkeley, Re-New IMAC, and NORDIK.

Stina is also a practitioner and curator of design and art with a focus on sound, technology, feminism and collective practices. She has presented her projects at places such as Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, NLHspace, Kunsthal Aarhus, DIAS - Digital Interactive Art Space, Roskilde Festival, Tech Festival, Wundergrund Festival, Atelier Hotel Pro Forma, MIX Copenhagen, Catch at Click Festival, LAK festival, and BEAM festival (UK). 

Stina works as (external) examiner, teaches courses and lectures on topics such as sound art, sound design, electronic composition and production, digital experience and aesthetics, interaction design, postphenomenology, ethnographic methods in design, design research, and alternative approaches to knowledge production and dissemination at the Digital Design Department at the IT University of Copenhagen, DIEM (The Danish Institute of Electronic Music) at the Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus, and at Department of Arts and Cultural Studies at University of Copenhagen and Lund University.

Research outputs (2)

  1. Published

    Identification as Process in Participatory Design

    Research output: Conference Article in Proceeding or Book/Report chapterArticle in proceedingsResearchpeer-review

  2. Published

    Re-Volution Sampler: A Participatory Archive of Revolutionary Songs

    Research output: Non-textual formInteractive productionResearchpeer-review

Research Activities (2)

  1. Re-Volution Sampler – The aesthetics of a participatory archive of political songs

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution

  2. Re-Volution Sampler – A Participatory Archive of Revolutionary Songs

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution

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