After a lot of planning and a lot of hard work everything came together for the Kaospilot final exhibition last Friday. The exhibition took place in Copenhagen and around 600 people visited the event.



All three teams at Kaospilot exhibited the explorations, inspiration and projects that they have been working with for the past year. Team 20 presented their final exam projects that ranged from the start-up of an eco-village to campaigns against sexism in Danish advertising and an exploration of innovation culture in the Swedish church.


–       I think our guests got a taste of some of the best of our community and that we are doing work that really matters, says Pete Sims who is a team leader at Kaospilot and project leader on the final exhibition. He was very happy with the work of the students.


–       It was so touching to see all of the teams working together and doing what is needed to pull this event off in such an elegant, smooth and joyful way, says Pete Sims who is also delighted that so many Copenhageners showed up at Space10.


You can relive the atmosphere in these pictures or – if you weren’t there get a glimpse of the exhibition.


Thank you to everyone who stopped by! We look forward to inviting you again soon!






The day ended with a big celebration at KPH Volume where hundreds of people joined an intergalactic, cosmic Kaospilot party


Read more about the final exhibition here