Martin Lynge Jensen
Interaction Designer and Developer - M.Sc. Medialogy
Kong Christians Alle 6, 1
9000 Aalborg, Denmark
+45 3113 9860

I have a Master of Science degree in Medialogy, which involves studies in advanced media technologies and have in this relation specialized in design and implementation of physical and non-physical interaction forms. My background is in graphics art (1997), fine arts “painting, drawing” and urban art (1997-2009) “no papers on that” I have always held a great passion for computer arts and animation dating back to my first experiments with Corel-draw on my Amiga 500 and my first encounter with the demo scene back in the days.
I have had many jobs “more than listed here” and had the privilege of getting to know some great companies, colleagues, and gain a diverse work experience and knowledge.


M.Sc. Medialogy - Interaction Design

2012 - 2014

B.Sc. Medialogy - Media Technology

2009 - 2012

Work Experience


2006 - 2013

Project Management/Voluntary work

August 2008 - December 2012

See Project Experience

Computer Graphics Artist

Aalborg Kommune

June 2012 - June 2012

Computer Animations / VFX: architectural projection mapping

Visual Identity / Computer Graphics Artist

Den Elektroniske Oase

June 2010 - June 2010

Visual Identity: festival scenography and visuals.

Visual Identity / Computer Graphics Artist


April 2009 - April 2009

Visual Identity: Viral animation film, poster, flyer, festival scenography and visuals.

Courses and Training

From Culture to Innovation and Experience

Culture Agreement North Jutland , Wischmann Innovation

November 2009 - January 2010

Project Experience

Co-project Manager

August 2011 - August 2012

Datamat was a annual 3 day event with workshops and collaborative or individual play with technology within the themes ("gaming", "electronics" or "artistic installation").

Co-project Manager

October 2010

Apparat LAB was a four days of experiments in sound and visual arts at Platform4 during the contemporary art festival PORT2010 Various installations, live performances and workshops was presented in a unique festival setup regarding the spatial frames. Visitors got to be a part of an "art world" where different genres meet in one big lab. Several national and international artists and artist groups was hosted by the festival – all from the field of experimental sound, visual and performance arts. Apparat LAB was a collaboration project of the two festivals APART and Liquid Borderland, and a part of the Contemporary Art & Social Technology festival, PORT2010.

Project Manager

Liquid Borderland

August 2009

The focus of Liquid Borderland festival was volatile art, i.e. audio-visual arts and transient art that can not, or will be retained or stored as traditional art usually is, and offered the visitors a week of workshops and adventures in the borderland between volatile art, performance art, digital & analog graffiti, electronic sound and music by artists and technology geeks from all over the world.

Exhibitions and Festivals
  1. ApExit - ApEx Closing Event, October 2011
  2. , Awarded Peoples Choice Award, October 2011
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  9. Transformator Grand Opening, August 2010
  10. ApEx, Nordkraft, 2006