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Curriculum Vitae + Contact

Get in touch for collaborations on weaving and painting practices, or research and project opportunities! I'd love to hear from you.


EDUCATION

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


EXPERIENCE

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

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


Languages

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.


EXHIBITIONS

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


EVENTS

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 my friend and comrade 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!

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!