Magazine exhibition at Dokk1

Our Danish second term students exhibit their magazine stories at the Library and Citizens’ Services at Aarhus Harbour.

Mads Frost and Marcus Emil Christensen preparing their layouts for the exhibition.
Photo;: Søren Pagter

During the Covid-19 lock down, the 14 students produced individual stories and produced the magazine [Det vi ikke kan se] – (That, Which We Cannot See).

The stories and the magazine are shown at Dokk1 during the next two weeks.

Magnus Hove and Tilde Døssing Tornbjerg discussing how Magnus’ story should be presented while teacher Mathilde Bech makes a picture. Mathilde Bech was the teacher in photojournalism at the magazine workshop.
Photo Søren Pagter

The students behind the magazine and exhibition are
Mads Andreas Frost
Magnus Hove
Mathias Eis Schultz
Jonathan Damslund
Emma Marie Thomsen
Jesper Houborg
Marcus Emil Christensen
Liv Møller Kastrup
Katrine Noer
Anna Cathrine Christiansen
Tilde Døssing Tornbjerg
Rikke Kjær Poulsen
Nina Pilgaard
Stefan-Alexander Jagd Aarøe

Marcus Emil Christensen checking if his pictures are hanging straight.
Photo: Søren Pagter
Nina Pilgaard and Katrine Noer working on the layouts of their stories.
Photo: Søren Pagter.
Tilde Døssing Tornbjerg is going to carry her pictures to the exhibition hall.
Photo: Søren Pagter.
The pictures are hanging in the front hall of Dokk1 – the Library and Citizens’ Services of Aarhus. As a part of the exhibition the students’ magazine is also on display and can be read.
Photo: Søren Pagter.
Magnus Hove and Nina Pilgaard are having a break. 10 of the 14 gathered to make the mutual exhibition, which will be open for the next two weeks.
Photo: Søren Pagter.
From left, second term students Jonathan Damslund, Mads Frost, Emma Marie Thomsen, Magnus Hove, Mathias Eis Schultz, Marcus Emil Christensen, Anna Cathrine Christiansen, Katrine Noer, Nina Pilgaard, Tilde Døssing Tornbjerg and teacher Mathilde Bech at the exhibition at Dokk1.
Photo: Søren Pagter