Area: Media-activism. Start: Spring 2005
In this research project we investigate and discuss television as a social and aesthetic technology. We do this by means of research into the historical development and application of the technology, especially looking for examples of critical, experimental and activist use of the medium. As a part of the project we have been involved in building the community television station tv-tv with 6 hours of airtime a week in Copenhagen and we are producing programmes for the channel.

Area: Economy. Start: September 2001
Research project into the increasingly complex links between the art world and the corporate world - and the recent corporate shift away from sponsorship towards direct engagement and alliances between artists and business. The project also focuses on forms of counter-organisation, particularly those in the cultural sector that share 'hallmarks' with the global anti-capitalist movement. According to this research "new forms of knowledge-based political engagement promise possibilities and scales of effect previously unimaginable”. The project is developed together with Anthony Davies, researcher and organiser based in London.

Area: History. Start: September 2003
In 1957 Asger Jorn and Guy Debord founded the Situationist International in Cosio d'Arroscia, Italy. It was the starting point for an artistic and political struggle against the emerging consumer society and its alienating representation - against what the situationists called the Society of the Spectacle. Secessions quickly developed within the Situationist International and various fractions emerged in France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and Sweden. Today mainly the French/Belgian branch of the movement is represented as ‘the Situationists’. This project looks into the Scandinavian branch of the Situationist movement and the art and activism that developed around the 2nd Situationist International/Situationist Bauhaus.

Area: Existence. Start: Autumn 2002
An invisible project about disappearance, non-representation and the right to remain silent.

Area: Organising. Start: May 2001
The woman-only organisations offer, in different ways, a space and a community, and through this women are given possibilities to express themselves and learn from each other, or just to find peace. The organisations have been instrumental in establishing space for women in society, but this, undoubtedly beneficial role, gives rise to various personal questions to the women themselves. The project is developed together with Emma Hedditch, visual artist and organiser based in London.