Annette Svaneklink Jakobsen
Annette Svaneklink Jakobsen is an architect and holds a PhD in architecture from the Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark. Her work focuses on the creative and ontological processes of architecture; presently in her research project on affective and relational aspects of experience in contemporary museum architecture. Her recent writings on this subject includes: Experience in-between architecture and context. The New Acropolis Museum, Athens. In “From Sign to Signal”, Thomsen, Bodil Marie; Jørgensen, Ulla Angkær & Sundholm,John (eds). Journal of Aesthetics and Culture, Co-action Publishing, Stockholm, 2012; and ”Everything keeps moving, nothing stays the same”. On becoming with context in the work of Sanaa. In “Context 2010/2011”, Jakobsen, Annette Svaneklink (ed.), Arkitektskolens Forlag, 2012. Annette Svaneklink Jakobsen is currently an assistant professor at the Aarhus School of Architecture, Platform Relational Architecture, where she, besides being a researcher, teaches seminars in architectural theory and written reflection.