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Biographical Resume

Dr. Troels Degn Johansson is an Associate Professor and since 2013 Head of Institute of Product Design at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. During 2009-14 he served as Head of Research/Head of the Centre for Theory and Method at the Danish Design School, and during 2006-2009 he served as Head of the Board of Studies ("Studienævnet") of the institution's graduate and post-graduate programme in design. As such he has had a leading role in the school's implementation of all recent national and European reforms of the higher educational system as well as the educational reforms initiated by the institution's two recent directors. He has actively taking part in the establishment of the Danish Design School's design research group, the Danish Centre for Design Research and its Master in Design programme. He was heading the IT-University of Copenhagen's highly successful post-graduate programme in Design, Communication, and Media (2002-04) and took part in the establishment of the ITU's computer games research group, the joint national post-graduate programme in computer games (DADIU), as well as the early development of the IT-University in general. He was elected President of the Nordic Summer University (1999-2000) and has actively taken part in the development of this Nordic interdisciplinary research network since 1993. He earned his Masters degrees in film and media studies and post-structuralist philosophy at the University of Kent at Canterbury and University of Copenhagen and his PhD in visualisation and landscape planning at the University of Copenhagen in association with the Danish Forest and Landscape Research Institute, Ministry of Environment.

Dr. Johansson's main field of research is matters of picture and place in new media with special reference to art, design, and popular culture. Since 1999 he has been collaborating continuously with art collective Superflex, that is, as a project partner, curator, commentator, and friend. During 2004 he hosted Superflex as artists in residence at the IT University of Copenhagen, where the collective, along with my students, developed the open source beer brand, "Vores Øl", later to be re-branded as Free Beer (http://www.free-beer.org/). In 1990, he published the first book on Danish director Lars von Trier. He has been teaching at internationally recognized design and communications programmes for more than a decade and has published widely on pictorial media, new media, semiotics, aesthetics, design, and art in internationally recognized scholarly media.

 

Positions Held

Scholarly Positions:

2013-: Head of Institute of Product Design at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation.

2009-14: Head of Research/Head of the Centre for Theory and Method, The Danish Design School, subsequently the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation.

2005-: Associate Professor, Centre for Design Research/The Danish Design School. Head of the Board of Studies 2006-09. An elected member of the School Council 2008-09.

2001-04: Assistant Professor, subsequently Associate Professor and Head of the post-graduate programme in Design, Communication, and Media (2002-2004) at the IT-University of Copenhagen, Department of Digital Aesthetics and Communication (DiAC). Cofounder of the Centre for Computer Research Copenhagen.

1998-2000: Ph.D. Scholar at the Danish Forest and Landscape Research Institute, Department of Urban and Landscape Planning, University of Copenhagen.

1995-98: External Lecturer at the University of Copenhagen, Department of Film & Media Studies.

Other positions held:

1996-97: Junior Consultant at the National Danish Electric Utilities' Division of Education and Conferences.

1994-96: Project Consultant for the Copenhagen Cultural Capital 1996 Foundation and the Municipality of Frederiksberg.

 

 

Managerial Experience

2009-:Head of Research/Head of Institute at the Danish Design School. Managerial reference to the schools' app. 15 staff members with research duties.

2006-09: Head of the Board of Studies at the Danish Design School (policy making, revision of quality assessment; app. 600 students registered to the school's graduate and post-graduate programs in design).

2002-04: Head of the post-graduate program in Design, Communication, and Media, IT University of Copenhagen (app. 80-120 new students registered every year, managerial reference to app. 15 part time staff members).

1999-2000: President of the Nordic Summer University (responsible for the research network's annual budget of app. DKK 2 mio. 1 Nordic conference and 9 Nordic seminars/year, 3 publications/year, 1 full-time secretary and a number of volunteers).

 

Education

1998-2000: Ph.D., Danish Forest and Landscape Research Institute, Ministry of Environment and the Department of Urban and Landscape Planning, University of Copenhagen.

1992-94: MA (cand.mag.) in Film and Media Studies, University of Copenhagen.

1991-92: MA in Psychoanalytic Studies in the Humanities, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK.

1987-90: BA in Film and Media Studies, University, University of Copenhagen

 

International Research Visits

2009-10: Visiting Professor at the School of Design, University of Art and Design (UIAH), Helsinki (Fall Term).

 

2006: Visiting Professor at the Media Lab, University of Art and Design (UIAH), Helsinki (Spring Term).

 

1999: Visiting Researcher at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London (Fall Term).

 

Honorary Office

Managerial Boards:

2008-09: An elected member of the School Council ("Skolerådet") at the Danish Design School for the period 2008-10

 

2007-: A member of the Board of the Danish Doctoral Schools in Architecture and Design (DKAD).

 

2005-2007: A member of the Steering Committee of the Master in Design at the Centre for Design Research (development of concept and curriculum for the program)

 

2006-09: Head of the Board of Studies at the Danish Design School (leading the implementation of module based studies in the curriculum, 2008; the revised national qualification framework, 2008; the new national grading system/"7-step scale", 2007; a quality development program based on the European Network of Quality Assessment, 2006.

2005-09: Appointed a representative of the Board of Studies at the Danish Design School.

2002-2004: A member of the Board of Studies at the IT University of Copenhagen (serving as Head of Studies of the post-graduate program in Design, Communication, and Media)

 

1998-2000: Danish Forest and Landscape Research Institute's Board of Communication, Ministry of Energy and the Environment.

 

1999-2000: Elected as a President of the Nordic Summer University.

 

1995-2000: Elected as a national representative of the Steering Committee of the Nordic Summer University; the Nordic Council of Minister's interdisciplinary research network

 

1987-99: Elected as a Student representative at the Board of Studies at the Department of Film- & Media Studies, University of Copenhagen.

Editorial Boards:  

  • Associate Editor of Artifact (ISSN: 1749-3463, Routledge)
  • Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Design Research Society's Design Research Quarterly (ISSN: 1752-8445)
  • Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Signs: International Journal of Semiotics (ISSN: 1902-8822, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark)
  • Member of the Editorial Board of The Fibreculture Journal (ISSN: 1449 - 1443, Open University Press, Australia)

Advisory Boards/Peer Reviewer:

  • A member of the advisory boards of the following, selected international conferences: Digital Art and Culture (DAC), Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS), International Association of the Societies of Design Research  (IASDR), Computers in Arts and Design Education (CADE), European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS).  

Participation in Research Networks (selection):

  • A member of the Centre for Design Research (2004): A virtual, national research centre comprising staff members with research duties at the four Danish schools of architecture and design, i.e. Denmark's Design School, Kolding Design School, Aarhus School of Architecture, and the Royal Academy of Fine Art's School of Architecture. Financed by the Ministry of Culture, Denmark.
  • A member of Danish, Nordic, and European Networks for Avant-Garde Studies. A European research network that has emerged from a Danish equivalent: "The Return and Actuality of the Avant-Gardes"- a cross-aesthetic and cross-institutional research network (2002 - 2003, financed by the Danish Humanist Research Council)
  • A founding member of the Nordic aesthetic studies network under the auspices of the Nordic Summer University (since 1996); the framework for around 10 book publications on aesthetics and modernity. Financed by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
  • A member of the Nordic Society for Aesthetics. Headed by by Professor Morten Kyndrup, Aarhus University.
  • Emotional Geographies: Nordic network in experience economy, planning, visual culture, and humanist geography. Organised by Dr. Britta Timm Andersen, University of Aarhus.
  • Digital Art and Culture in the Age of Pervasive Computing. Nordic research networkorganised by Dr. Ulrik Ekman, University of Copenhagen.

Assessment Committees:

  • An appointed member of the Scientific evaluation panel for NordForsk's Researcher Networks and Research Traininfg Courses (since 2009; http://www.nordforsk.org)
  • An appointed member of various external evaluation committees established by the Danish Evaluation Institute in connection with the accreditation of higher education programs in the Denmark (since 2008; http://www.english.eva.dk)
  • Appointed as member of the assessment committee for 6 senior positions at the University of Aalborg, University of Aarhus, University of Copenhagen, and the Danish Design School (since 2005).  
  • Appointed as an opponent for 3 Ph.D. defences at the University of Aarhus and University of Copenhagen.

 External Examination:  

  • Appointed as a certified external examiner in the Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation's national boards of examinators in Engineering Sciences, Art History, and Information Studies and Interactive Media.

Current editoral tasks:

  • Re-Reading McLuhan. An international anthology on Marshall McLuhan's basic works and their significance today with reference to art, media, and contemporary culture. To be published 2009 by Aarhus University Press in association with the Nordic Summer University Press (along with Dr. Jonas Ingvardsson and Dr. Claus Krogholm)

Teaching

Ph.d. Supervision:

  • 3 PhD Theses,  incl. 1 completed (Alessandro Canossa) and 2 in progress (Anette Højlund, Tau Ulv  Lenskjold) at the Danish Design School . As co-supervisor: 1 at Roskilde University Centre (Kristine Samson).  

Graduate and post-graduate studies:

  • The Danish Design School's graduate and post-graduate studies in Design, 2005-2008 (course descriptions available, no quality assessment system):
  • Post-Graduate Design Theory Seminar (Design Theory, post-graduate level, 7 ECTS, Fall Term 2008)
  • Introduction to Design Theory (Design Theory, graduate level, part of 7 ECTS-module
  • Furniture and Spatial Design (with Eva Grell Jørgensen, Design Projects, graduate level, 14 ECTS, Spring Term, 2008)
  • The Modern Nomad (Design Theory, post-graduate level, 7 ECTS, Fall Term 2007
  • Critical Tactics (with Karen Lisa Salamon, Design Theory, post-graduate level, 7 ECTS, Spring Term 2007)
  • Design-from Space to Place, Design Theory, post-graduate level, 7 ECTS, Fall Term 2006)
  • Visual Communication (with Anette Højlund, Design Projects, graduate level, Fall Term 2005, 14 ECTS, 2006)
  • Media Theory (Design Theory, graduate level, Spring Term, 2005)
  • Various lectures at the design program at the Danish Design School and at the Design Centre for Design Research's Masters program in Design (2006-07)
  • Project supervision of students' final projects (4) and bachelor projects (6) at the Danish Design School

 

  • The IT University of Copenhagen's post-graduate program in Design, Communication and Media (course descriptions and quality assessment available)
  • Virtual Worlds and Geographies (with Lisbeth Klastrup, 2002)
  • Digital Aesthetics (7½ ECTS, Fall Term, 2004)
  • Spaces and Geographies of the Internet (7½ ECTS, Fall Term, 2004)
  • Project supervision of students' final Master projects (30 ECTS, app. 50) and various other projects (7½-22½ ECTS, 2001-2004

 

  • Department of Film & Media Studies' graduate and post-graduate programs in film and media studies:
  • Film and Media Theory (graduate level, 15 ECTS, 1997-98)
  • Film and Media Theory (graduate level, 15 ECTS, 1996-97)
  • Media Semiotics (post-graduate level, 15 ECTS, 1995-96)
  • Introduction to academic writing (graduate level)

 

Publications

 Theses:

  1. Johansson, Troels Degn (2003). Landscape of Communications: Pictorial Representation and Virtual Geography in Web-Based Visualisation of Landscape Change. Ph.D. Thesis. Department of Urban and Landscape Planning, Copenhagen University.
  2. Johansson, Troels Degn (1994). The Subject of Cinematography: A deconstruction of the founding articles of the Semiotics of Cinema. MA (cand-mag.) thesis. Department of Film and Media Studies, University of Copenhagen.

Books (role specified):

  1. Johansson, Troels Degn og Superflex (2007). fEjl  ("fAilure", in Danish) Copenhagen: Superflex. Co-editor, author.
  2. Johansson, Troels Degn & Bäckström (Eds.) (2003). Sense and the Senses in Aesthetics. Helsinki & Århus, NSU Press in association with Söderström Press. Co-editor, author.
  3. Johansson, Troels Degn, Steinskog, E., & Kristiansen, C.K. (Eds.) (2000). Ruinøs modernitet ("Ruinous Modernity", in the Scandinavian languages), Helsinki & Århus, NSU Press. Co-editor, author.
  4. Johansson, Troels Degn, Overrein, A, & Rendtorff, J.D. (2000). Kritik og krise: Nordisk Sommeruniversitet i 50 år ("Criticism and Crisis: Nordic Summer University during Fifty Years", in the Scandinavian languages). Helsinki & Århus, NSU Press. Co-editor, author.
  5. Johansson, Troels Degn Skov, M., & Pedersen, B.B. (Eds.) (1999). Iconicity - A Fundamental Problem in Semiotics. Helsinki & Århus, NSU Press. Co-editor, author.
  6. Johansson, Troels Degn (Ed.) (1996). Frederiksberg fra Gaden ("Frederiksberg from the street", in Danish). Copenhagen: Danish Architectural Press. Selected for the Danish Book Art's 1997 exhibition. Also published as a sonic book. Editor, author.
  7. Johansson, Troels Degn & Lars Bo Kimergård (Eds.) (1991). Sekvens 91 - Filmvidenskabelig Årbog: Lars von Trier (the department's yearbook on director Lars von Trier, in Danish). Department of Film & Media Studies, University of Copenhagen. Co-editor, author.

Articles (specified):

  1. Johansson, Troels Degn (2009) ‘Art-in-Design: Facilitating Design and Design Research by Means of Art.' Proceedings from the conference Art of Research, University of Art and Design/TaiK, Helsinki, 24-25 November 2009. Peer reviewed.
  2. Johansson, Troels Degn (2009) ‘"Education-based Research": How Students Can Contribute to Research at the Highest Level of Research-Based Design Education. Proceedings from the conference IASDR 2009, the International Association of Societies of Design Research/Korea Society of Design Science, Seoul. Peer reviewed.
  3. Johansson, Troels Degn (2009) ‘Free Beer and Engaging Tools: Chains of Analogies in Superflex.' Proceedings from the conference Nordes 2009, The Nordic Design Research Conference, Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO), Oslo. Peer reviewed.
  4. Johansson, Troels Degn (2009) ‘"Education-based Research": Integrating Problem-based Learning and Research-Based Education in Tertiary Design Education.' Proceedings from the conference Communication (by) Design, Sint Lucas School of Architecture, Brussels. Peer reviewed.
  5. 14. Johansson, Troels Degn (2009) ‘Design Facilitated by Art: A Review of My Research into Art-in-Design with Superflex." In Sommer, A.-L et al. Eds., FLUX: Research from the Danish Design School, The Danish Design School Press, Copenhagen. Invited paper.
  6. Johansson, Troels Degn (2008) ‘Live Outdoor Webcams and the Construction of Virtual Geography.¨ Knowledge, Technology, and Policy (Springer Press), Vol. 21, No. 4. (1 December 2008), pp. 181-189. Peer reviewed.
  7. Johansson, Troels Degn (2007). ‘Open Books.' In Henrik Drescher et al. (Eds.) Global Book Bounce. Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, Guangzhou. Invited paper.
  8. Johansson, Troels Degn (2007). 'Home and Abroad: The Construction of Periphery in the Avant-Garde of Relational Art.' Nordlit: Journal of Culture and Literature. 21, Spring 2007, pp. 199-217. Peer reviewed.
  9. Johansson, Troels Degn (2007).  ‘Failure, Product Semiotics, and the Modern Construction of Design,' in Johansson, Troels Degn og Superflex (Eds.) fEjl. Superflex, Copenhagen.
  10. Johansson, Troels Degn (2007).'Notes On Failure: Mistakes, Errors, And Failure in The Performative Tactics Of Art And Product Design.' Proceedings from the conference IASDR 2007. International Association of Societies of Design Research/Hong Kong Polytechnical University, Hong Kong. Peer reviewed.
  11. Johansson, Troels Degn, Kallesøe, Else, Sommer, Anne-Louise, Hansen, Mary-Ann, Hauchrog, Eskil (2007). 'Forwards and Backwards: Documentation in the Practice of Design and Research.' Proceedings from the conference IASDR 2007. International Association of Societies of Design Research/Hong Kong Polytechnical University, Hong Kong. Peer reviewed.
  12. Johansson, Troels Degn (2007). 'Ikonicitet.' In Thorkild Thellefsen og Bent Sørensen (Eds.) Livstegn: Encyklopædi semiotik.dk. Haase & Søns Forlag, Copenhagen. Encyclopedic article, invited paper.
  13. Johansson, Troels Degn (2007). 'Produkt og design.' In Thorkild Thellefsen og Bent Sørensen (Eds.) Livstegn: Encyclopædi semiotik.dk. Haase & Søns Forlag, Copenhagen. Encyclopedic article, invited paper.
  14. Johansson, Troels Degn (2007). 'Super Monkey Ball: Mastering the Vertical Dimension.' In Friedrich von Borries et al. (Eds.) Space Time Play: Computer Games, Architecture, and Urbanism: The Next Level. Birkhäuser, Basel, Boston, and Berlin. Short article, invited paper.
  15. Johansson, Troels Degn (2007). ‘Supercity: Visualizing Values in a Virtual World.' In Friedrich von Borries et al. (Eds.) Space Time Play: Computer Games, Architecture, and Urbanism: The Next Level. Birkhäuser, Basel, Boston, and Berlin. Short article, invited paper.
  16. Johansson, Troels Degn (2006). ‘Pictorial Genre and Discourse of Future in Digital Visualization of Architecture and Planning.' Proceedings from the conference eCAADe 2006, University of Thessalia, Volos, Greece. Peer reviewed.
  17. Johansson, Troels Degn (2005). ‘Superflex-Immanent Avant-Garde.' 3t-Tidsskrift for Teater og Teori. Norway. Invited paper.
  18. Johansson, Troels Degn (2005). ‘The Live Webcam-Tele-Presence or Systemic Global Appropriation?' In Lisbeth Klastrup & Susana Tosca (Eds.) Proceedings from the conference Digital Arts & Culture, 2005. The IT University of Copenhagen. Peer reviewed.
  19. Johansson, Troels Degn & Güttler, C. (2005). Rumlige Principper for level-design af multi-player first-person shooters. In Carsten Jessen og Bo Kampmann Walther (Eds.), Spillets Verden. Danish University of Education Press, Copenhagen. Article to anthology, invited paper.
  20. Johansson, Troels Degn (2004). ‘Mise en Abyme in Software Art. A Comment to Florian Cramer'. In Olga Goriunova and Alexei Shulgin (Eds.) Read_me: Software Art & Cultures, pp. 150-159. Edition 2004/University of Aarhus. Peer reviewed.
  21. Johansson, Troels Degn (2004). Staging Relations: Relational Art and Network Technologies in Superflex' Staging Strategies. In Tapio Mäkelä et al. (Eds.) Proceedings from the 12th International Symposium of the Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts. Center for Media Culture in Finland, Helsinki. Peer reviewed.
  22. Johansson, Troels Degn (2003). ‘Vertigo and Verticality in Super Monkey Balls'. In Frans Mäyrä et al. (Eds.) Level Up: Proceedings from the First International Conference on Computer Games Research. University of Utrecht/Digital Games Research Association, pp. 374-381. Peer reviewed.
  23. Güttler, C. & Johansson, Troels Degn (2003) ‘Principles of Level Design in Multi-Player First Person Shooters.' In Sugih Jamin (Ed.) NetGames 2003: Proceedings from the Second Workshop on Network and System Support for Games. May 22-23. Electronic Arts/Redwood City. ACM ISBN: 1-58113-734-6. Peer reviewed.
  24. Johansson, Troels Degn & Bäckström, Per (2003). ‘The Senses, Aesthetic Experience, and Art.' In Troels Degn Johansson & Per Bäckström (Eds.): Sense and the Senses in Aesthetics. NSU Press in association with Söderström Press, Helsinki. Article to anthology.  
  25. Johansson, Troels Degn (2003). ‘The Tactile Image: A Veronican Approach to Pictorality in Michel Serres' Aesthetics of the Senses.' In Troels Degn Johansson & Per Bäckström (Eds.): Sense and the Senses in Aesthetics. NSU Press in association with Söderström Press, Helsinki. Article to anthology.
  26. Johansson, Troels Degn (2002). ‘The New Image: On the Temporality of Photographic Representation after Digitalization.' In Frank Nack et al. Eds. CoSIGN2002: The 2nd International Conference on Computational Semiotics for Games and New Media. Augsburg: Universität Augsburg. Revised version in English of ‘Det nye billede.' Peer reviewed.
  27. Madsen, Helene & Johansson, Troels Degn (2002). ‘Gameplay Rhetoric: A Study of the Construction of Satirical and Associational Meaning in Short Computer Games for the WWW.' In Frans Mäyrä (Ed.) Computer Games and Digital Culture: Proceedings. Tampere University Press. Peer reviewed.
  28. Johansson, Troels Degn (2001). ‘Visualising Relations. Superflex' Relational Art in the Cyberspace Geography.' In Cai Rongchen et al. (Eds.): Report from the Asia Europe Forum 2000: Culture in the Cyber-Age. Asia-Europe Foundation, October 23 - 25, 2000, Kyongju, South Korea, Invited paper.
  29. Johansson, Troels Degn (2002). ‘Agents in the Landscape of Communication: Experience and Categories of Space in Web-Based Visualization of Landscapes in Landscape Planning Communication.' In Erich Buhmann et al. (Eds.): Trends in GIS and Virtualization i Environmental Planning and Design. Herbert Wichmann, Heidelberg. Revised version in English of ‘Aktører i landskabet' (2000). Peer reviewed.
  30. Johansson, Troels Degn (2000). ‘The Painting of the World. On the Cinematic Mediation of the Visual Drive Object in Lacan.' PS: Journal of the Universities' Association for Psychoanalytic Studies, Summer 2000, Vol 3, No. 1. Peer reviewed article.
  31. Johansson, Troels Degn (2000). Visualization in Cybergeography. Reconsidering Cartography's Concept of Visualization in Current User-centric Cyber-geographic Cosmologies. Working Paper No.17 from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis. CASA, University College London. Working paper.
  32. Johansson, Troels Degn (2000). 'Det dobbeltes tid: Allegori og metafiktion i David Lynch" Lost Highway.' In Ruinøs modernitet. Troels Degn Johansson, Claus Krogholm Kristiansen og Erik Steinskog (Eds.), NSU Press, Aarhus. Article to anthology.
  33. Johansson, Troels Degn (2000). Review of Ph.D. Thesis by Lars Kjerulf Petersen: Miljøbevisthed på MTV]. Tidsskriftet Mediekultur 30. Review article.
  34. Johansson, Troels Degn (1999). ‘Towards a Meta-Rhetoric of Pictorial Media. Specificity, Pictorality, and Compound Signs.' In Iconicity - A Fundamental Problem in Semiotics. Troels Degn Johansson, Martin Skov. and Berit Brogaard Pedersen (Eds.), NSU Press, Aarhus.
  35. Johansson, Troels Degn, Skov, Martin, and Pedersen, Berit Brogaard (1999). ‘Introduction.' In Iconicity - A Fundamental Problem in Semiotics. Troels Degn Johansson, Martin Skov. and Berit Brogaard Pedersen (Eds.), Aarhus, NSU Press.
  36. Johansson, Troels Degn (1998). ‘Landskabsskildring og rumgestaltning i Lars von Triers spillefilm.' Landskab 2. Invited paper.
  37. Johansson, Troels Degn (1998). ‘Geographical Hypermedia. A New Context for Audiovisual Media on the Internet.' Sekvens 98 - Audio-Visual Media in Transition, Department of Film & Media Studies, University of Copenhagen. Invited paper.
  38. Johansson, Troels Degn (1998). ‘Points of Departure. Modern Film Theory and Its Postmodern Psychoanalytic Critique - with Roland Barthes.' In René Rasmussen (Ed.) Civilisationens ubehag. Psykoanalysen og kulturen. NSU Press, Aarhus. Article to anthology.
  39. Johansson, Troels Degn (1998). ‘Det åbne kommunikationslandskab'. Byplan 4-5. Short article.
  40. Johansson, Troels Degn (1998). ‘Digitale brobyggen och virtuella mötesplatser.' (co-authors: Jan-Olof Nilsson, Michael Bryder et al.). In Boel Flodgren et al. (Eds.) Øresundssymposium ‘98, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, Alnarp. Short article.
  41. Johansson, Troels Degn (1996). ‘Det metafysiske stakit.' In Frederiksberg fra Gaden. Troels Degn Johansson (Ed.), Arkitektens Forlag, Copenhagen. Essay.
  42. Johansson, Troels Degn (1995). ‘Konstruktionens begær og teknik i litteraturvidenskaben og i den analytiske praksis.' In Maria Fitger (Ed.) Psykoanalytiske aktualiteter. Skrifter fra Nordisk Sommeruniversitet, Aalborg. Article to anthology.
  43. Johansson, Troels Degn (1995). ‘Vacancies. Hotel Pro Forma and the Architecture of the Event.' Essay for a catalogue published in connection with performance theatre Hotel Pro Forma's realisation of the piece, Snevides Billede, in Paris, May 1995. Translated into the French as ‘Chambres livres', by Lars Thomasen.
  44. Johansson, Troels Degn (1994). ‘Dette er ikke en historie'. Kosmorama 40: 210. The Danish Film Museum, Danish Film Institute, Copenhagen. Essay.
  45. Johansson, Troels Degn (1991). Mise en Obscène.' In Sekvens 91 - Filmvidenskabelig Årbog. Department of Film & Media Studies, University of Copenhagen. Article to anthology.

Eksterne ansættelser

Lektor, IT Universitetet i København

1 aug. 200431 dec. 2004

Adjunkt, IT Universitetet i København

1 aug. 200131 jul. 2004

Ph.d.-studerende, Københavns Universitet

1 jan. 199831 dec. 2000

Ekstern lektor, Københavns Universitet

1 aug. 199530 jun. 1998

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  • visuel kommunikation
  • billedanalyse
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  • Historie og kultur
  • visuel kultur
  • hverdagsliv
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  • Kunsthåndværkets teori og historie
  • Kommunikation
  • afbildning
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  • Landskab
  • landskabsteori
  • visualisering and landscape planning
  • Møbel- og rumdesign
  • indretning
  • Interaktive rum
  • stedbegreber
  • hjemlighed og nomadisme
  • Teknologi og digital design
  • 3D Bygningsmodellering
  • interaktionsdesign
  • it i alting
  • simulation
  • computerspil
  • digital kunst
  • digital aesthetics
  • Billeder i designprocesser
  • Udvikling af steder gennem design og hverdagspraksis
  • Teori og filosofi
  • Designfilosofi
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  • Oplevelse og æstetik
  • Teori & praksis
  • Videnskabsteori
  • Subjektteori
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Projekter 2009 2014

Publikationer 2006 2018

”Foreigners, Please Don’t Leave Us alone with the Danes": Immigration and National Identity in Superflex

Bidragets oversatte titel: ”Foreigners, Please Don’t Leave Us alone with the Danes": Indvandring og national identitet hos SuperflexJohansson, T. D., 6 sep. 2018.

Publikation: KonferencebidragPaperForskningpeer review

Elementary--and beyond

Johansson, T. D., 24 jun. 2017, Elements: Graduation 2017. Nilasdotter, A. (red.). Nexø: KADK, s. 6-7 2 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportForord/efterskriftFormidling

Recycling Colonial Cultural Heritage: Superflex’ Porcelain Pirates

Bidragets oversatte titel: Recyckling af kolonial kolturarv: Superflex' Porcelain PiratesJohansson, T. D., 30 nov. 2017. 1 s.

Publikation: KonferencebidragKonferenceabstrakt til konferenceForskningpeer review

Åben adgang
Fil

Futurities in Contemporary Design Research

Bidragets oversatte titel: Futuritet i aktuel designforskningDegn Johansson, T., 28 feb. 2016. 10 s.

Publikation: KonferencebidragKonferenceabstrakt til konferenceForskning

Aktiviteter 2009 2017

  • 7 Foredrag og mundtlige bidrag
  • 4 Organisation af og deltagelse i konference
  • 4 Medlemskab af bedømmelsesudvalg
  • 2 Deltagelse i workshop, seminar og kursus

NATIONAL RESEARCH WORKSHOP ON ‘THE AESTHETIC"

Troels Degn Johansson (Deltager)
7 dec. 2017

Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangement af en begivenhed - typerDeltagelse i workshop, seminar og kursus

Nordes 2017

Troels Degn Johansson (Arrangør)
15 jun. 201717 jun. 2017

Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangement af en begivenhed - typerOrganisation af og deltagelse i konference

Roskilde Universitet (Ekstern organisation)

Troels Degn Johansson (Medlem)
1 jun. 201731 aug. 2017

Aktivitet: Medlemsskab - typerMedlemskab af bedømmelsesudvalg

Cumulus 2017

Troels Degn Johansson (Deltager)
30 maj 20172 jun. 2017

Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangement af en begivenhed - typerDeltagelse i workshop, seminar og kursus

Danish Design Today

Troels Degn Johansson (Foredragsholder)
30 dec. 2016

Aktivitet: Tale eller præsentation - typerForedrag og mundtlige bidrag