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In her PhD, Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt examines the notions and practices of work within artistic education in the frame of the Bologna Process, seen in the perspective of technologies of contemporary work and distribution of time. She holds a BA in Comparative Literature and an MA in Modern Cultural Studies from the University of Copenhagen and has been a guest student at Applied Theatre Studies in Giessen 2007–08. From 2011 to 2015 she was artistic research associate teaching at the BA-programme “Dance, Context, Choreography” at Inter-University of Dance /University of the Arts in Berlin. She has been a guest lecturer at the Danish National School of Performing Arts, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and the Danish writer's school (Forfatterskolen).
Schmidt has published the book Who’s There? Subject on Stage in Reality and a number of peer reviewed articles in journals such as Danish Kultur & Klasse and Peripeti, as well as Nordic Theatre Studies Journal. Furthermore, she has worked and toured internationally as a performance artist for the last decade, and from 2014–2016 she was the curator and artistic director of the international performance art festival WORKS AT WORK in Dansehallerne, Copenhagen.