Helene Baek Kortegaard

Hi everyone!

I'm a 21 year old girl who lives here in Århus, but is raised in Silkeborg. Since theater and performance always has been a great interest of mine, I decided to study dramaturgy two years ago. I never regretted my decision, and I still find it very exiting to study all aspects of theater. Comunication, I find, is also a subject worth exploring - how people interfere and communicates with eachother is an important part of being in a society, in my opinion. So, that's why I chose this class :)

Looking forward to learn about communication in the city!


1.what is your most memorable experience from this course? It could be with regards to readings, artworks or your assignments
The map experience. Both making it myself but also to see how other people interpreted the city.

2.name the text that you liked the most (or that you learned most from) (or that provoked you the most). Why?
"Locative life" It was simple, and I got to know about a game I didn't knew existed.

3. name one thing that you have learned from the readings (or, which text did you like the most? Why?)
I learned what hybrid space is about, a thing becoming more and more important in our everyday lives.

4.which artwork/artefact/performance presented in class did you like the most (or provoked you the most). Why?
It was the website that Aaron presented, something called "Russian Roulette" - I was surprised about what has happened to the way we meet people.

5.what was your reply to the assignments? List them all and think about how to present them – as a whole – to others; as a collection, what have they contributed with to this course?
1. Wikipage (as you see here)
2. A personal map (to where to go get hungover food in my case)
3.Write about a hybrid space (screens in X-busses: http://communicity2010.wikidot.com/helene-baek)
4. Audiostand (Musikhuset - a stand-up show - witch is to be found in FC, assignment 4, "Aarhus Musikhus, Helene Bæk Kortegaard")
5. .Walk.

6.Mis-guide (stalker guide) you can find in the FC folder "misguides"

which assignment do you find most in line with the course content? Why?
The soundwalk. I really felt like I experienced the city in another way

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