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Stina Hasse

University of Copenhagen
PhD Fellow
Stina Hasse is a practitioner and curator of digital art with a focus on the aesthetics of technologies, such as robots and feedback systems.

She is conducting sonic experiments presented as installations, performances, workshops and talks and has exhibited and presented her work in places such as DIAS - Digital Interactive Art Space (DK), Wundergrund Festival (DK), BEAM festival (UK), Atelier Hotel Pro Forma (DK), Sound Through Barriers (US), MIX Copenhagen (DK), LAK festival (DK). She is also an active member of Lovelace - a Scandinavian network for women working with digital technology and art, where she is curating exhibitions and workshops.

Stina is a PhD student at the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, where she is researching our relationships with machines, specifically in relation to robots. Stina is particularly interested in investigating digital communication, working with glitch, precarious aesthetics and errors as expressions in which a postphenomenological notion of technological mediation can be experienced. Currently Stina's research concerns the aesthetics of the humanoid robot NAO, where she is exploring how the sonic, visual and kinetic elements effect our interaction with the robot.

Stina has published articles on art, technology and sound in magazines and journals such as Seismograf, Body, Space & Technology Journal and Cultural Analysis, and has given papers at conferences such as TERRÆN 2015, Historizing the Avant-garde, Global Lives Project - UC Berkeley, Re-New IMAC, and NORDIK2012.

Currently Stina is teaching sound design at University of Copenhagen. She is also lecturing on subjects such as postphenomenology, sound art, remix culture and alternative approaches to knowledge production and dissemination as a visiting lecturer at the IT-University of Copenhagen and the Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University.