Hi, it´s me, Kerstin

As a cultural researcher and educational practitioner (and human), I have been committed to connecting both for more than 15 years.

In academic terms I am situated between disciplines. Philosphy, cultural studies, educational science and psychology are the most relevant points of reference. But I mostly feel at home in the transdisciplinary by bridging, connecting and mixing my interest in culture, belonging, politics and social transformation. 

I think, feel, write, teach, talk and learn at the intersection of the above (always somehow anchoring in music and sound) with a holistic understanding of change that moves mind, body and emotions.

In all of this, I am guided by the principle of co-(l)laborating with others to build climate and socially-just networks that prioritize the well-being of all: humans and other-than-human beings included. 

Currently I am working on club culture and climate change. Expanding my geeky interests on biodiversity and algorithms. 

My favorite places are dance floors, libraries and forests.
You want to get in touch? Work with me? Have a question? Or share some ideas? 
I am (mostly) happy to hear all of this: 

You want to expand your network?
I am also (mostly) happy to connect here:

“Ideas would not be something generating through distance, a way of abstracting something from something, but from our involvement in a world that often leaves us, frankly, bewildered.” 
(Sara Ahmed)