Simon Fraser University — Masters of Publishing (MPuB), 2018

University of British Columbia — Bachelor of Art (Philosophy), 2016

Emily Carr University of Art and Design — Bachelor of Fine Art (Visual Art), 2015

Katedralskolan Uppsala — International Baccalaureate (Highschool), 2011

Theodor Heuß Gymnasium Göttingen — Diploma (Highschool), 2009


Co-founder, The Vancouver Women's Library; Vancouver, Canada — 2017
Project management, event coordination, curatorial book acquisition, beginnings of archival development, research on women's groups and out-of-print publications, website, social media and brand identity design, global networking

Gallery Assistant, Audain Gallery; Vancouver, Canada — 2016
Work-study placement at SFU's Audain Gallery, mainly assisting with Martine Syms' installation of Borrowed Lady, gallery sitting, organizing public programming on website

Invigilator, Inverleith House Gallery; Edinburgh, Scotland — 2013
Supervising a retrospective painting exhibition by Philip Guston

Internship, Mutewatch; Stockholm, Sweden — 2011
Assisting entrepreneur Mai-Li Hammargren, using Adobe software to design logos and spreadsheets, hosting and organizing company events, photographing products, managing files and data online

Internship, SVENSK; Stockholm, Sweden — 2010
Assisting fashion designer Diana Svensk, using Adobe software to design logos and spreadsheets, international travel and distributing products to stores, photographing products for website

Why Women’s Presses Are Needed Now More Than Ever - 2017

What Centuries of Witchburning Has Done to Womanhood - 2016

Provisional Painting: a Kantian Analysis - 2015

Art as a Commodity: How Design Has Alienated the Artist From Art - 2015

Illusions of the Modern: Why We Shouldn’t Overlook the Seemingly Simple - 2015

A Desire for Mythology and the Existence of Mermaids - 2015

Examining Intellectual Property: Can We Own Ideas? - 2015

What Can Metaphysics Say About Reality? - 2015

Revealing the Intimacy of the World - 2014



Fluency: English, German, Swedish
Proficiency: Dutch, French, Spanish

International upbringing: I was born in Uppsala, Sweden in 1993. My family moved to Terschelling Island (Netherlands) and Nashville (Tennessee, USA) before settling for most of my upbringing in Göttingen (Germany). I moved back to Uppsala to complete the International Baccalaureate program, and have spent intermittent periods of time in France (Toulouse, Paris, Quimperlé), Spain (Barcelona), Italy (Tuscany) and Scotland (Edinburgh). I am currently located in Vancouver, B.C.


Still in its infancy, Frauenkultur (German translation: Women’s Culture) is set to be an archive of findings in women’s culture and philosophy. The goal is to exhibit an array of theory, writing and cultural meaning-making by and for women. The selection process and curatorial philosophy prioritizes material that is published by women-owned presses and/or other outlets (such as women-centred artist run centres). Not only is the text/theory/art worth archiving and making available, in addition Frauenkultur aims to draw attention to the material vehicles that make possible the emergence of a women’s culture/a women’s “public”. That means taking seriously the philosophies of aesthetic and design choices that help gather and solidify ideas in practice. The next steps for this project include solidifying a platform to gather the archival materials, as well as deciding on organizational genres that are categorically relevant to women.



Montreal Massacre Memorial - Vancouver, B.C. 2017 Drawing exhibition on women’s reactions to male violence

Art Noise - Vancouver, B.C. 2016 Silent Auction Fundraiser

Emily Carr Grad Show - Vancouver, B.C. 2015 Graduate exhibition

Chilth Expo at Avenue - Vancouver, B.C. 2014 Group sculpture show

Sculpture Court - Edinburgh, UK 2013 Group Painting Exhibition

EdNeuro at Inspace - Edinburgh, UK 2013 Neuroscience Exhibition shown in an art gallery

EdNeuro at Royal College of Physicians - Edinburgh, UK 2013 Exhibition in collaboration with Neuroscience Department

Step Inside - Edinburgh, UK 2013 First big solo Exhibition at Whitespace Gallery

Clarendon House - Edinburgh, UK 2012 Painting Exhibition

Subeez - Vancouver, Canada 2012 Solo Painting Exhibition

Wall to Wall - Vancouver, Canada 2011 Student Exhibition

Emerging Artis Exhibition - Miami, Florida, USA 2011 Painting Exhibition

Rektorsvillan - Uppsala, Sweden 2011 Painting Exhibition

Söderhallarna - Stockholm, Sweden 2010 Display of Fashion Designs

Pfizer - Stockholm, Sweden 2010 Photography Exhibition


Max Dashu: May, 2017 at Simon Fraser University
Max Dashu founded the Suppressed Histories Archives in 1970 to research and document women's history from an international perspective. We invited her for a visual talk on Witch Hunts and The Cultural Legacies of Misogynist Persecution. Over 100 women attended.

Subversive Stitch: August, 2017 at The Vancouver Women's Library
Subversive Stitch was a two-day collective quilting workshop for the purpose of exchanging knowledge on stitching, embroidery, and weaving. While listening to recorded texts from the library’s archive, together we began the construction of a quilt inspired by female authors for use in the Vancouver Women's Library. 

Stick n Poke: June, 2017 at The Vancouver Women's Library
I invited artist Stephanie Chevrier to share her talent of hand-poked tattoos with women at the library during a day of drop-in flash. See more of her work here.