Visual artist in the Human Upgrade project.

Annika is educated from Danmarks Designskole, specialized in scenography og research in studies of animation, puppets and shadows. 
She has also a background in mask work, with an education from London School of complexions and is educated auteur from Scenekunstens Udviklingscenter.

Annika has created scenography for a large amount of performances with a.o. Batida, Limfjordsteatret, Teater Patrasket, Teater Vestvolden, Anemoneteatret, where elements of shadowtheatre, puppets, video and O/H has been part of the expression.

She created in 2002 the animated shortfilm 'Private adjustmensts' about the alter ego Max Dinkelspiel and his relation to the body.  In 2009 and 2011 she made the '100-kulsuk-100' exhibition with children from the eastcoast of Greenland for the 100 year jubilee of Kulsuk. 

In 2010 she made the scenography for the Reumert nominated performance 'Pinkie'. 

Annika has since 2008 investigated interactive social fora with a.o. Anne Sophie Malmberg and Johanna Chemnitz in Ponderosa, Germany.

I 2013 Annika created and facilitated a laboratory of dialogue at the central street of Nykøbing Mors and the camera obscura installation 'Disco Existentiel' for the Helsingør passage festival, as well as the 'Human Upgrade' project with Ingrid Tranum Velásquez.