MFA from The Royal Danish Academy of Art.
In both her individual and collective practice and through her work as a psychotherapist, Tine Tvergaard is interested in the human relation and the collective as both a working method and a field of research. She is interested in the gap of otherness that exists in every human relation. What are the intangibles in the verbal and nonverbal (mis-)communication between people? What kind of productions, problems, conflicts and potentialities arise when we together, through exploration arrive at a form that doesn’t come from me nor from you?
Shaking the habitual: What is your utopia?
One of Tvergaards working methods lies in the act of framing and facilitating group processes. Her contribution to Shaking the Habitual is a playful and performative approach to meeting and talking about an important topic: What do we want our future to look like?