Lena Hopsch

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    Dr. Senior Lecturer Lena Hopsch is a researcher and teacher at Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Architecture in Theoretical and Applied Aesthetics. She received her Master of Fine Arts from University of Gothenburg, Sweden and her PhD in Architecture from Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Architecture, Gothenburg, Sweden. Due to her participation in several international conferences she participates in several research networks focusing on the notion of rhythm in research fields such as architecture, poetry and media. The research focuses on spatial rhythmization and the notions of body/space and time are discussed as a direct bodily experience of drive or flow. Recent article, Rhythm and Balance in Sculpture and Poetry, together with Professor Eva Lilja in, “Pluralizing Rhythm: Music, Arts, Politics”, ed. Jan Hein Hoogstad & Birgitte Stougaard, Book Series: Thamyris / Intersecting: Place, Sex, and ‘Race’. Rodopi : Amsterdam / New York 2011.

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