The second KONNECT workshop was held in Flakfortet, a tiny island just off Copenhagen, on February 12-15.
16 students from the KADK and 6 mentors took part in intensive sessions that centred around connecting art and design with environmental sciences.
The students come from various departments of design, and among them were also visiting students from other countries as well as from Bornholm (see list below). The workshop was lead by Peter Dammand of the KADK, and other mentors included Johan Carlsson from the KADK, Diego Galafassi from the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Kira O´Reilly and Ulrika Ferm from UniArts Helsinki, Tinna Gunnarsdóttir from the Iceland Academy of Arts and Guðrún Pétursdóttir from the Institute for Sustainability Studies, University of Iceland, who coordinates KONNECT.
During the workshop, the students went through a series of exercises and discussions that contributed to their formulation of a project or product that they will develop further in the weeks to come.
Outdoor as well as indoor activities in the almost surreal environment of Flakfortet contributed to a unique atmosphere, that fostered bonding and trust within the group.
Students that took part in KONNECT Workshop2:
Dor Amitai, email@example.com
Dorte Gottlieb Löfström, firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Jelizarjeva, email@example.com
Anna Klara Oxholm Iversen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Monica Fie Stemann Nielsen, email@example.com
Mimi Ravn, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisbeth Dam email@example.com
Agnete Beierholm, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ida Bank Blichfeld, email@example.com
Industrial Design and Ceramic Form
Sanne Juel Bøckhaus, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Bugge, (Visholm), email@example.com
Julie bjærg Raith , firstname.lastname@example.org
Katarina Mülke, email@example.com
Petar Pilipovic, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ceramics and Glass Design, Bornholm
Aviaja Troelsen, email@example.com
Siri Emilie Maltha Müller firstname.lastname@example.org
Matilde Ida Emely De Lucca, email@example.com