EXPLO! / EXTINCT!
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Solo exhibition at Kaolin in Stockholm, february 2019. Adressing technologies to destroy life on the one hand and create life on the other.

Thoughts from a neurophysiotypical person
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A chronicle I wrote in march, 2018, for Funka. What is considered beautiful or ugly, normal or abnormal and what to call a person with no recognized disabilities.

THE BOOT! The best piece I’ve ever made!
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In 2013-14 I attended Research Lab in Konstfack, Stockholm. A one year pre-research course at where I got the opportunity to drive an own research project.

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. Illustrated by his piece A place in the sun

Feedback NA! Fund academy
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Read my feedback to the Nature Addicts Fund  Academy in Kassel in cooperation with dOCUMENTA(13).

Time Out with Linus Ersson, Glenn Adamson
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Glenn Adamson wrote the catalogue text about my work for Art Ii – Biennale of northern environmental and sculpture art. Adamson is currently
director of the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City.

Jivan Astfaclk, Extract ”Six views on a practice in Change”, Craft in dialogue, 2005
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Extract from the text Difference and recemblance. The reconstruction of signs by Jivan Astfaclk. Published in the book ”Six views on a practice in Change”, Craft in dialogue, 2005

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

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