Author Archives: moellertrine

Ph.D.​ project hand in

As of today, I am no longer a Ph.D. fellow at Design School Kolding. My contract of three years runs out, and 18th of April I will be heading for maternity leave. I am not sure what the future will

Ph.D.​ project hand in

As of today, I am no longer a Ph.D. fellow at Design School Kolding. My contract of three years runs out, and 18th of April I will be heading for maternity leave. I am not sure what the future will

Article accepted

The final article for my article-based PhD thesis is accepted for publication in the ‘Journal of Jewellery Research’ which will be online in February. The deadline for my thesis is 12th of March – a striking moment, as it is

Article accepted

The final article for my article-based PhD thesis is accepted for publication in the ‘Journal of Jewellery Research’ which will be online in February. The deadline for my thesis is 12th of March – a striking moment, as it is

Finalising the PhD thesis

Slowly, but steady. Words come into form, sentences develops and chapters for my PhD thesis is getting into structure. Today I have been working on a writing plan for submission at the 12th of February. Three months! I also did

Finalising the PhD thesis

Slowly, but steady. Words come into form, sentences develops and chapters for my PhD thesis is getting into structure. Today I have been working on a writing plan for submission at the 12th of February. Three months! I also did

Susan Cohn’s ‘Meaningless’

Tonight I have the pleasure to go to the Danish Design Museum in Copenhagen to see the performance ‘Meaningless’, by Susan Cohn. Cohn did a PhD project in 2009, titled ‘Recoding Jewellery – identity, body, survival’ – you can read her thesis

Susan Cohn’s ‘Meaningless’

Tonight I have the pleasure to go to the Danish Design Museum in Copenhagen to see the performance ‘Meaningless’, by Susan Cohn. Cohn did a PhD project in 2009, titled ‘Recoding Jewellery – identity, body, survival’ – you can read her thesis

inmu – winner of Danish Design award 2018

In the category Healthy Lifestyle inmu – a music sensory stimulation device won a Danish Design award this year. You ca see a video of the device in use here. I first saw inmu’s product when I visited the Health

inmu – winner of Danish Design award 2018

In the category Healthy Lifestyle inmu – a music sensory stimulation device won a Danish Design award this year. You ca see a video of the device in use here. I first saw inmu’s product when I visited the Health

Design4Health two papers accepted

These days I am preparing for my attendance at the Design4Health conference in Sheffield.  At the Design4Living Lab at Sheffield-Hallam University the conference and community have been established since 2011 – to host the fifth annual conference in September. This

Design4Health two papers accepted

These days I am preparing for my attendance at the Design4Health conference in Sheffield.  At the Design4Living Lab at Sheffield-Hallam University the conference and community have been established since 2011 – to host the fifth annual conference in September. This