Blast Theory, Aarhus 2017.
O Space at Aarhus Harbour and Aarhus Cyklebane.
Photo: Asbjørn Sand

(DK) August 2018 – March 2019

About Katrine

Katrine has always been fascinated by storytelling, particularly sharing life and ideas across the world, connecting through art. Through her love for writing she attended Testrup Højskole’s writing program and a performance art class that opened up a new world for her. She then quickly realised that performing herself may not be for her but helping other people tell their stories through their art definitely could be.

In 2017 Katrine was part of F16 a group of young creatives, who worked on a wide range of arts and culture projects in the local community in Aarhus, Denmark. Through F16 she worked with Blast Theory as an Event Steward on 2097: We Made Ourselves Over as part of Aarhus European Capital of Culture 2017.

Why Blast Theory?

I want to learn how to curate and communicate important messages using games and audience interactions. As I see it, using interactions, games and technology broadens the perspective of the audience. Audience participation isn’t something I’ve been used to working with, but it intrigues me and I’m curious to learn more about it.