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Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm

Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm is a young award winning artist employing new media (e.g. artificial intelligence technology) to create interactive artworks. Her artworks have been exhibited internationally and are the cornerstone in her practice-based PhD at Royal College of Art in London. Cecilie works in the intersection between artificial intelligence (AI), art and philosophy. Cecilie’s “ARTificial Intelligence FRANK” has been awarded the international digital art prize “The Lumen prize 2017”, “The BCS Artificial intelligence Award” and the British Art and Humanities Research Counsel’s “TECHNE Award 2017”.

/ Artist and Researcher, Royal College of Art, London
/ ARTificial Intelligence FRANK
/ Speaker at High Performance Institute

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Awards & prizes

Winner of The Lumen Prize 2017
BCS Artificial Intelligence Award for Digital Art
Winner of the British TECHNE Award 2017

Grants

Arts Council England (United Kingdom)
Arts and Humanities Research Council (United Kingdom)
TECHNE (United Kingdom)

Statens Kunstfond (Denmark)
Knud Højgaard Fond (Denmark)
Augustinus Fonden (Denmark)
Beckett-Fonden (Denmark)
Aage og Johanne Louis-Hansen Fonden (Denmark)
Jorck’s Fond (Denmark)

Education

MPhil/PhD Fine Art
Royal College of Art, London
2016-2019

MA Fine Art 
Camberwell, University of the Arts London
2014-2016

MSc in Strategy, Organization and Leadership (cand.merc.)
Copenhagen Business School
2009-2012

BSc in Communication
CBS
2006-2009

Selected publications

Falkenstrøm, C. W. 2014:
Det umuliges mulighed. Et essay om grænseoverskridende stræben
Ø og I, Vol 29, Nr 6. 2014, s. 557-570
Peer-reviewed scientific journal

Falkenstrøm, C. W. 2013:
Et nutid-fremtid perspektiv på lederskab: Lederskab af emergerende potentialer og mulighedernes mulighed
Ø og I, Vol. 28, Nr. 6. 2013, s. 565-592
Peer-reviewed scientific journal

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Photos: Lasse Bech Martinussen