Tine Bech received her Doctor (Ph.D.) for in Interactive Art, Sculpture and Play Theory in October 2014.
In her PhD research Tine developed a model for making playful interactive artworks and the creation of a ‘vocabulary of play’ to demonstrate the different kinds of play initiated. It contributes to debates about the design and implementation of increasingly interactive and ‘smart’ environments. The model consists of a series of tangible making gambits (tactics) for eliciting playful interactions from the audience.
To view her PhD thesis: Playful interactions: A Critical Inquiry into Interactive Art and Play, please go to research.