Have you ever wonder who DKKers really are?!…
…Following our posts, you will get to know us more and more week after week!!
Week 48: Benjamin Antman!! Yes, we do have also male students at DKK in case you wondered after the first 3 students of the week! Benjamin is a second year students coming from Sweden. Read the following interview to know a little bit more about our great Ben!
Benjamin [B]: I’m a guy with his head up in the clouds, and a love for disorganization and provocation (or frankness, however you may see it). I’m very interested in the human condition and the discourse it creates. I’m calm on the outside but my inner dialogue is always active which is a reason for why I might not always follow the school schedule; the inner dialogue isn’t as polite to stop when I need to sleep. Science and reason has again become a small hobby of mine. I enjoy the great questions in cosmology and astrophysics, which happen to provoke religious debates, which I happen to like. It’s hard for a guy with his head up in the clouds to tell something about himself pretty much because he’s seldom coming out of the clouds to look around and see how other people see him, but! I hope you have learned something of interest.
[I]: A bit more than 160 characters, but this tell us more about your personality:) Let´s go on with the interview: which is/was your favourite course/assignment you were following at DKK (year 1 and 2) and why? Can you give us an example of what you did?
[B]: My favorite assignment was probably the final essay in Digital Rhetorics 1 where I wrote about the game “Psychonauts” with terms like commutation testing and analog and digital oppositions. The game had a lot of humour in it and in turn the essay became quite humorous as well. The fact that I got an A on it helped as well. My best course was probably Digital Rhetorics 1 as it was so unusual and even engaged me in class discussions.(image over: screenshot from Benjamin´s assignment about the game “Psychonauts”)
[I]: Which is your motto?
[B]: Nothing is certain, unless being certain helps you through the day.
[I]: Can you make a question to the next week´s Student of the week?
[B]: What would you like to do in five years?
Thanks Ben for the collaboration!