Creative Interference: A Tool in Designing the Residency Programme Connections


  • Anne Hübertz Brekne


This essay offers a reflection on creative interference as a dramaturgical tool. The concept of creating and cultivating cross-artistic and cross-sectoral interferences as a starting point for artistic development was developed and applied to the overall design, as well as the practical execution of Connections – a residency programme for choreographic development and international exchange 2017-2020.


Anne Hübertz Brekne

Anne Hübertz Brekne holds a cand. mag. in dramaturgy from Aarhus University and an MA Physical Theater from Royal Holloway, University of London. Anne has worked as an independent production dramaturge since 2007, with tasks ranging from idea and concept development, to dramaturgical sparring, project management, text production, fundraising and communication. In addition she has been a part of Performing Arts Platform for many years; from 2017-20 as the project manager of the residency programme Connections and, since 2020, as an advisor and project developer.

Photo: Christoffer Brekne / For Ludwig, Connections Residency 2019





Hübertz Brekne, A. (2022). Creative Interference: A Tool in Designing the Residency Programme Connections. Peripeti, 19(Særnummer 2022), 10–19. Hentet fra



Case Study: The Connections Residency Programme