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From August 5 until November 5 in 2017, I’m part of the exhibition ”Hertha Bengtsson Stipendiater 1996-2016” in Höganäs Konsthall. It’s a group exhibition showing recipients of the Hertha Bengtsson grant in the last twenty years. I was granted in 1998, … Read More

Drawing the noise, Liljevalchs konsthall
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Attention: craft was a group exhibition in Liljevalchs Konsthall curated by Maj Sandell and Agneta Linton in 2014. Eleven contemporary artists from Sweden and Norway setting the temperature of the current craft scene. My installation/room was called Drawing the noise … Read More

A place in the sun, Article in Hjärnstorm
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Article written by Linus Ersson published in january 2014 in the magazine Hjärnstorm, nr. 117: CIGARETT. Illustrated by his piece A place in the sun, shown in gallery ID:I, Stockholm, the group exhibition INGÅNG NÄSTA DÖRR (15.3-31.3 2013) curated by … Read More

Art Ii – Biennale of northern environmental and sculpture art
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How to enjoy nature In 2010 I was invited to Biennale of northern environmental and sculpture art in Ii in northern Finland. I made an outside public installation lasting for several years called How to enjoy nature. In a post-box mounted … Read More

We Work In A Fragile Material
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I’m a member of the craft and design group We Work In A Fragile Material. We all have a background in the ceramics and glass institution in Stockholm and together we’ve worked on projects in Stockholm, Oslo, London and New … Read More

Ferry to my son
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I Ferry to my son kan man leka och leva sig in i rollen som kapten, resenär eller bogvisirsmaskinist. Bilden är tillrättalagd och befriad från den reella platsens hierarkier, faror, smuts och vardagsproblem. Lekaren har möjlighet att välja när hon … Read More

Forgetting to look at the view
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Forgetting to look at the view was first shown at Svensk samtidskeramikk, Kunstindustrimuseet, Oslo in 2003. The exhibition was curated by Päivi Ernkvist, Sara Isaksson From and Åsa Jungnelius and opened by queen Sonja of Norway.

Catalogue text, Love Jönsson
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Love Jönsson, art ctitic, writer, curator and commissary at Röhsska museum in Gothenburg wrote a catalogue text about my work for Twelwe Hertha Bengtson grant recipients, an exhibition I attended which was shown in

Present, Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall, 1998
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My first exhibition after graduating Konstfack was a group exhibition with the title Present in Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall, Arendal, Norway. Curated by Harald Solberg