Who am I?
Martin Ferro-Thomsen. Lives in Copenhagen V, Denmark. Born 1976.
What am I?
2006 Freelance editor, mediator and writer. Coordinator and one of three editors of The Thin Book of Art and Organisation (working title)
2006 Course on Project Management, BEC Business
2005 Zoom (magazine on digital media): editor and journalist
2005 Author of 'Organisational Art - A Study of Art at Work in Organisations. Learn more
2005 University of Copenhagen: cand.mag. (similar to an M. A.) in art, literature and communication
2004-2005 Bryggeriet Skands (outstanding Danish micro brewery): communication manager
2003-2005 Learning Lab Denmark: co-editor of their journal Quarterly, communication assistant, manager of the project Organisational Art and thesis writer
2003-2004 Jubii.dk’s literature section: poetry reviewer
2003 democratic innovation (Danish artist’s organisation): communi-cation assistant etc.
2002 Netpressen (Danish press agency): communication assistant, journalist
2000 School of Technology and Communication: practicing painting and conceptual art
1997-2001 Universitetsradioen (the university’s radio station in Copenhagen): news editor and host, producer of satirical comedy
Member of the international network AACORN (Art, Aesthetics, Creativity & Organisation Research Network) which includes more than a hundred professors, researchers, consultants, artists - and people like me. Check it out here or see the archived discussions here.
Member of UKK - Unge Kunstnere og Kunstformidlere (Young Artists and Art Mediators). Check it out here.
Freelance and fiction writer – have written in just about any genre since the nineties. Also several large feature articles for Danish newspaper Politiken and other media. Finally, I am the author of a handful of academic articles about art and organisation. Learn more.
Co-founder and (now honorary) member of De Sidste Uafklarede (The Last Unresolved), a heroically obscure fiction/poetry writer’s group, based in Copenhagen.
Member of Copenhagen based musical duo, s t o l - together with Michael Schoubye and his Violent Playground Studio.
Why am I?
Who cares … (been there, Sartre & Camus – hello Wittgenstein!).
What's the story with the 'Danglish'?
I have chosen UK English as the language for this site. However, a lot of my work is authored in Danish, so in the end the site has become a mixed language site. I try to make up for it with comments and translations.