-- Nov. 2018 three articles out:
Heinrich, F., 2018. ‘Bisociation of Artistic and Academic Methods’ in Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education, Aalborg University Press
Heinrich, F., 2018. Into the Woods with Heidegger – Reflections about an Artistic-Academic Experiment in Journal of Somaesthetics, Aalborg University Press, Vol. 4
Heinrich, F., 2018 ‘Participatory Aesthetics: The Function of Imagination’ in An old Melody in a New Song: Aesthetics and Psychology. Series: Annals of Theoretical Psychology, Springer.
-- My book Performing Beauty in Participatory Art and Culture is out.
Can be order:
-- July 2013: Routledge is going to publish my book entitled Performing Beauty in Participatory Art and Culture
-- June 2013: finalized article on art and experience design: "Den oplevede oplevelse", to be published in MÆRKK skriftserie, Aalborg University
-- Maj 2013: article "On the integration of academic and artistic methodologies" published in Peripeti - tidskrift for dramaturgiske studier, Aarhus Universitet
-- Maj 2013: head of study CAT (School of Communication, Art and Technology)
-- 2012: board member for RELATE (Research Laboratory for Art and Technology, (Aalborg University)
------- in the process of learning to dance tango
-- going to be a visiting scholar at Stanford University (April - July 2011) trying to do some 'serious' research meaning writing a book)
going to dance for Archauz's senior dance company, Århus: premiere on
April 5th, 2011 --> it went well, it was funny and a bit nostalgic too.
Head of RELATE Research Laboratory of Art and Technology
Aalborg University, Dep. of Communication
I am the author of the book Interaktiv digital installationskunst – teori og analyse (2008) and Performing Beauty in Participatory Art and Culture (2014)
My general research interests is 'performative aesthetics' and my work -- focusing on notions like affect, presence, beauty and communication -- attempts to form bridges between certain discourses in the human sciences, sociology, and engineering.
am affiliated with the study
program ‘Art and Technology’, Experience Design, and RELATE (Research Laboratory for Art and Technology). I teach Digital Aesthetics, Artistic
Methodology, Concept Development, and Narrative, Dramaturgy and Media.
Previously, I have been working as an actor, theatre director, and installation artist. My current theoretical investigations continue to develop in close relation to practical, artistic work.