Research

Currently, Wunderland is affiliated with Interacting Minds Centre at Aarhus University (DK), Reykjavík University (IS) and ISLO (FI) in the performance-installation Horse inside out. As part of the project Experimenting, Experiencing, Reflecting, we are exploring what happens when we apply other ways of knowing to what we do, sense, feel and think.

Below, you can hear Andreas Roepstorff (Prof. Interacting Minds Centre, Aarhus University) and Charlotte Nørholm (research assistant, Interacting Minds Centre) talk about how participatory performance art can be integral in rethinking how we do social research today:

Interview (31 minutes, in Danish) Interviewer: Victor Nemo Hensing

Since 2012 Wunderland has worked with a broad range of researchers from different disciplinary backgrounds. These collaborations have emerged from a mutual interest in understanding how our approach to perception and performance can influence and inspire our sense of reality. Below is a full overview of this research:

Academic collaborations with Wunderland

2019/2020 – Horse Inside Out


– Andreas Roepstorff (Prof. Interacting Minds Centre, Aarhus University): forthcoming, follow here

2016 – The Soft Animal of our Body

– Thomas Rosendal Nielsen (Associate Prof., School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus University): Interview: The Soft Animal of our Body

– Maja Ravn Christiansen (Ma. Arts): The Soft Animal of our Body


2016- Phoenix (Reykjavík)

– Haukur Ingi Jónasson (Prof. Reykjavík Univsersity): The Phoenix Experience


2015 – Phoenix (Copenhagen)

– Vilborg Krista Alexandersdóttir (MSC Media and Communication) : A Spiritual Journey Towards Participation


2014 – Phoenix (Aarhus)

– Jona Ingólfsdóttir (Ma. Arts): “Ord i det hele taget er blot et Værktøj” (master thesis)

2012 – Phoenix Test Flight

– Thomas Rosendal Nielsen (Associate Prof., School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus University): Developing Interactive Theatre Experiences

2009 – Sommerfugleeffekter (Butterfly Effects)

– Mette Gjandrup Tast (Ma. Arts): The Performativity of
Intimacy in Theatre