Morten Rath Pedersen

Born in 1980 on Hjoerring Hospital in North Jutland.

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Grew up nearby.

I started studying Japanese in 2001 but found out that it wasn't for me. In 2008 I was accepted into "Aesthetics and Cultural Studies" here in Aarhus.

Between 2001 and 2008 I spent my time working as a janitor at a youth hostel, cleaning, manufacturing rolling shutters for storefronts and most importantly going to Hoejskole in Testrup outside of Aarhus.

Likes:

  • Running
  • Scotch
  • Photography
  • Art
  • Tea

Email:
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Facebook:
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My subjective map of Aarhus:
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Morten Rath Pedersen - Hybrid Space

Assignment 4 is on FC

.walk
the-money.route

1. what is your most memorable experience from this course? It could be with regards to readings, artworks or your assignments?
*Doing the .walk and experiencing some serendipity in your own city.

2. name the text that you liked the most (or that you learned most from) (or that provoked you the most). Why?
*The "sentient city survival kit"-text. It was fascinating to see a potential future to look at developments today.

3. name one thing that you have learned from the readings (or, which text did you like the most? Why?)
*That there is a lot of research done into the cityscape, and that it is such a multifaceted space.

4. which artwork/artefact/performance presented in class did you like the most (or provoked you the most). Why?
*The mobile baloon-cloud because it made something invisible visible.

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?
*The are listed on the wiki. They are mostly specific to the course but the misguide and the subjective map can teach other a bit about what the course is about.

6. which assignment do you find most in line with the course content?
*The .walk

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