A Public Commission to Norrköping
Public commission in progress. Maria Friberg and I work with the art of walking and cycling tunnel at Borgsmoskolan in Klockaretorpet, Norrköping. The project is curated by Norrköpings Konstmuseum. The project will be completed by autumn 2022.
Photo: Tedd Soost
New adventures in Iceland
I have had the pleasure of spending time to developing new works on different places and surroundings on Iceland last week. More material from the trip will appear on the website in the near future.
Photo: Tedd Soost
New bronze sculptures
Right now I am working on this summer's two exhibitions. In one of the exhibitions, I will, among other things, present six new bronze sculptures with these podiums, which I am currently preparing.
Look forward and welcome to both openings in June and July.
More info about the exhibitions will be coming soon.
Planning an autumn exhibition
Today, my trip to Stockholm ended with starting my planning for my solo exhibition that I will have at the Stockholm School of Economics. It feels really fun and exciting to be invited to present my art and show my works in their beautiful premises this autumn.
Today I have sketched and looked for new places and landscapes for my upcoming work that will be photographed and filmed in the Stockholm Archipelago.
Interview, Nordic Watercolor Museum
A little more than a month ago, I had the great honor of being one of this year's scholarship recipient at the Nordic Watercolor Museum in, Bohuslän Sweden. During the period I was interviewed by the museum and it is now available to read on their website. Read the interview
Photo: Anna Berglund / Nordic Watercolor Museum
New photographic works
The process behind my new series Forecast Diaries which was photographed during my artistic residency at the Nordic Watercolor Museum, Skärhamn Sweden during this month.
Conversation about my current exhibition at the Reykjavik Museum of Photography, Iceland
Presentation of my exhibition The border between nature and the scene
3 June - 13 August 2021 at Reykjavik Museum of Photography, Iceland. See the video here