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ReWork Artistic Exploratory:

Research and Art Exhibition (RAE²)

21 September 2023, 16:00-18:00
KU Lighthouse, Tagensvej 16A, 2200 København N


Come and join us when we are presenting art prototypes and research exploring the future of work.

Join artists Stine Deja, Jakob La Cour, Line Finderup Jensen, and Mirabelle Jones, along with researchers from the ReWork research project, for this multidisciplinary art event, research exhibit, and reception.

About the collaborators:

Stine Deja explores the uncanny and sometimes absurd futures of our landscapes, lives, bodies, and environments, with media including sculpture, 3D animation, sound, and immersive installations.

Jakob La Cour creates extended reality experiences and performance art that draws on ancient and traditional rituals and practices in combination and contrast with cutting edge modern technologies.

Line Finderup Jensen examines past and future human experiences and the nature of reality through videos, VR, interactive 3D animated games, and paintings.

Mirabelle Jones is an artistic researcher and creative technologist exploring ethical questions within artificial intelligence through participatory artistic research.

ReWork is a multidisciplinary research project exploring the future of hybrid work technologies and experiences. ReWork collaborators include academic researchers at Danish universities in partnership with artists, cultural institutions, and companies in several industries. ReWork is funded by Digital Research Centre Denmark (DIREC).


The Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen, DIKU is the home of the Human Centred Computing Section, which aims to fundamentally understand and improve the relation between computational technology and people. HCC researchers PhD fellow Kellie Dunn, Professor Pernille Bjørn, and Professor Irina Shklovski are the main drivers of the art explorations in the ReWork project.

The Culture Yard (Kulturværftet) is Helsingør’s culture center for art, music, festivals, literature, and creative education. Parallel to the daily cultural activities, Kulturværftet works with a number of thematic tracks, artistic development projects, research and productions, particularly in the intersection between art and technology and with a focus on inclusion, diversity and on how new technology and experimental contemporary art affect our society and democracy. The ReWork project is part of this area.

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