Karen Blixensvej 1, 2300 København S, KUA1, Building: 21.4.20
Stina Hasse Jørgensen is a PhD student at the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, where she is investigating the politics and aesthetics of synthetic voices through practice-based research.
Stina has published articles on technology, design, art and sound in online magazines and journals such as Seismograf, kunsten.nu, Transformations Journal of Media, Culture & Technology, Body, Space & Technology Journal and Cultural Analysis, and has given papers at conferences such as TERRÆN, 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 and technology. She has presented her projects in places such as Den Frie Udstillingsbygning (DK), NLHspace(DK), DIAS - Digital Interactive Art Space (DK), Wundergrund Festival (DK), BEAM festival (UK), Atelier Hotel Pro Forma (DK), MIX Copenhagen (DK), LAK festival (DK).