Malene is a trained documentary photographer and an artist.
She is also head of the Samsø Energy Academy Communications Department.
"In a small society everything counts and my life is
daily a mystery. I know that I'm just a small part of something much bigger then what I can measure and
weigh. Art is my greatest pleasure and therefore I
have decided that all my actions and everything I workwith must contain art."
Malene is a trained documentary photographer from the Nordic School of Photography in Sweden. She has an improvisational education in performance from Studio Five – NYC. And The Theater Work Center – Bali. She is an educated gestalt therapist and uses theory and phenomenology in all she is dealing with. Phenomenology is an experience philosophy; Its slogan is “The core it self.”
Malenes physical center is Samsø as a HERE. In her works, productions and texts you will be able to feel or think: why this? Malene works deliberately with the strength of how polarities can create of life.
Cecilie is a journalist and helps the academy with texts, news letters and articles. On the blog Cecilie writes about Samso both in a global and local perspective.
Søren Hermansen is the director of the Samsø Energy Academy and has been a pionéer and driving force behind Samsø’s transformation and success as a renewable energy island.
Energiakademiets helt egen kaospilot (i ordets forstand) Malene Annikki Lunden er på listen over bidragsydere i 2016 afhandlingen ‘TOPIA‘ – IMPOSSIBLE – I’M POSSIBLE (Kaospilot team 20 final projects) med artiklen ‘Whistleblower‘
How is beauty, space and power sensed? That is one of the big questions that Malene Lundén work with professionally in the GATEWAY Japan / Denmark project. The project explores in size, power, form and direction what our consciousness can do as a community.
Randområder er både fremtidens og samfundets vækstdynamoer. Derfor er samspillet mellem centrum og periferi noget, der kan give liv og økonomi på BNP.
Japan and Denmark have close cooperation both in industrial and civil society. The energy academy will return to Japan and this time, science and art will be in the heyday of several Japanese art museums
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