Catch Collaboration

We bring creative professionals together with cultural institutions and private companies to generate innovative solutions using art, design and technology
Exhibition in Krydsfeltet showcasing the output of our PhD course in spring 2018.

Catch collaborates with many different partners; professional artists & designers, young talents, companies, cultural institutions etc. Common for all collaborations is a focus on the innovative potential within art, design and technology. We work towards spreading and enhancing creativity and artistic approaches within a broad range of fields.

By initiating collaborations, we wish to connect people and co-create new transdisciplinary initiatives and we have a broad range of international and national partners. In 2020 we are amongst others collaborating with HAUT (DK), SXSW (US), Unlisted Projects (US) & Roskilde Festival (DK).

Catch is also particularly focused on promoting the creative profile of Elsinore through local collaborations. For instance, we collaborate with Click Festival, the Elsinore’s Municipal Libraries and Espergærde Gymnasium. 

We are always curious to hear from potential collaborators. with a challenge or creatives with ideas for projects within art, design and technology.

Projects


Arts Formation

[CURRENT] A new research project to leverage the social potential of the Arts in digital…

Once There Was A Weaver

[CURRENT] Once There Was A Weaver is a textile storyteller and space divider for Catch’s…

Artist in Residency – Mirabelle Jones

[CURRENT] Catch is pleased to present our artist-in-residence for Fall 2020 Mirabelle Jones.

Work/Shop

[CURRENT] CATCH and CABAS will create a common platform for the development of local production in…

Podcast: Teknolo-gi-mig-en-chance

[CURRENT] Teknolo-gi-mig-en-chance - Denmark's friendliest podcast about technology for ordinary…

Data Data Data – A collaboration with The Danish Museum of Science and Technology

[CURRENT] Through collaboration we will collectively explore, together with citizens and tourists,…

Greater Spaces

[CURRENT] Welcome to Greater Spaces, a blog at Ingeniøren in collaboration with Vanessa Julia…

The Flood // Passage Festival

[PREVIOUS] During this year’s PASSAGE Festival in Elsinore, art collective Vontrapp will stage the…

Sound Dive

[CURRENT] An auditory augmented reality experience about the future of the deep sea. Created by…

Science Fiction Book Club

[CURRENT] The Danish Museum of Science and Technology, Catch - Center for Art & Technology and the…

Healing Art at the upcoming Health Center

[CURRENT] Three artists have been selected to create permanent artworks for Elsinore's upcoming…

Grow Your Own Cloud – Residency with Roskilde Festival, Unlisted Projects and SXSW

[CURRENT] Grow Your Own Cloud (GYOC) reimagines the cloud by storing data nature's way - in the DNA…

Staging the Future of Technologies Vol. 2

[CURRENT] Talent development programme for performing arts and technology in collaboration with…

Artist in Residency – Helen Leigh

[PREVIOUS] Helen Leigh is currently an artist in residency at Catch. Helen is a creative…

Speculative Now(s): Engaging with Sci-Fi to understand and develop the future of tech

[PREVIOUS] We are so thrilled that so many of you joined our event Speculative Now(s): Engaging…

The Fireplace & The Waterhole

[PREVIOUS] Ildstedet og Vandhullet, The Fireplace and The Waterhole, is an artwork to-be developed…

Semeion

[PREVIOUS] Semeion is an ever-evolving light and sound installation exploring Artificial…

Solar Solids

[PREVIOUS] Solar Solids is a solar powered light installation, that takes departure from the unique…

A Colorful Institution

[PREVIOUS] During the past years, the artist Jakob Kvist, Catch and Nordvestskolen, a primary…

New Newsletter

[PREVIOUS] New Newsletter is a digital email based newsletter, written by young danish authors. The…

Staging the Future of Technologies Vol. 1, 2019

[PREVIOUS] Staging the Future of Technologies is a talent programme for performing arts and…

Ubiquitous Futures, 2018

[PREVIOUS] Together with CLICK Festival, Catch curated the exhibition Ubiquitous Futures with…

Mz* Baltazar’s Laboratory – a Collective and Feministic Hackerspace 

[PREVIOUS] Through several years, Catch had a collaboration with the collective and feminist run…

Do You Wanna See What the Future Might Look like?

[PREVIOUS] Do You Wanna See What the Future Might Look like? Catch brought people together for an…