Lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.

I work with art because it gives me a diverse and abstracted language that allows me to express myself and join contemporary discussions. I believe art has an important communicative role in a world that seems increasingly preoccupied with counting and measuring and fitting our lives to algorithms of apparent perfection.

I am interested in time-based media and the concept of temporality, particularly where temporality coincides with concepts of identity and how we manage quality in our lives. In my artistic practice I work with painting, prints and moving images, the outcome is often mixed media. In my visual language, I explore different processes, techniques, devices, and materials that collapse space-time and impact materiality.

Education

2015-17       MA Fine Arts, Central Saint Martins, London.

2009-11       MA Gemstone and Jewellery Design, Trier University, Germany.

2007-09       Bachelor equivalent, Alchimia, Contemporary Jewellery School, Florence.

 

Artist-in-residence

2010     Metal department, State University of New York in New Palz, USA.

2010     The project ‘Red Light District’ created by Ted Noten Atelier, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

 

Publications

2017     Catalogue, shortlisted artists for the ARTIQ graduate prize 2017, London

2017     Narrative Jewelry, Tales from the toolbox, London

2016     Print project: Royal Academy of Antwerp, CSM, La Cambre, Brussels

2016     Screen print exhibition catalogue: Calories, Interim Show, London

2015     Exhibition catalogue, Beijing International Jewelry Art Biennale, China

2015     Exhibition catalogue, J.C. Jacobsen’s Portrait Award, Denmark

2013     Exhibition catalogue, Beijing International Jewelry Art Biennale, China

2009     500 Plastic Jewelry, Lark Books.

 

 

Exhibitions 

2018     Vandalising Heteronormativity, The Flying Dutchman, London

2018     Temporalities, Lethaby Gallery, London

2017     We take no responsibility 5, Kræ Syndikatet, Copenhagen

2017     Visual poetry, print exhibition at Black Stone Gallery, Chengdu, China

2017     Shortlisted for the ARTIQ graduate prize 2017, London

2017     Graduation show, Central Saint Martins, London

2017     Shortlisted for The International Contemporary Art Biennial of South America –

              BIENALSUR – with the art collective Trans-Global-Calling

2017     Eat-Sleep-Print-Repeat, Parfitt Gallery, London

2017     Annihilation Event, Tate Modern Exchange, London

2016     Big Space VI, Central Saint Martins, London

2016     Art Auction, Lethaby Gallery, London.

2016     Print5, Bomb Factory Art Foundation, London

2016     Counting Backwards, Central Saint Martins, London

2016     Interim Show, The Laundry, London.

2016     In memory of Manfred Bischoff, 3 Stations, Munich.

2016     CHROMA; Red issue, Safehouse1, Peckham, London

2015     Big Space V, Central Saint Martins, London

2015     Beijing International Jewelry Exhibition, China.

2015     Remember Nature with Gustav Metzger, Central Saint Martins, London.

2015     Brewer J.C. Jacobsen’s Portrait Exhibition, Ljungbergmuseet, Sweden.

2015     Brewer J.C. Jacobsen’s Portrait Exhibition, Frederiksborg Slot, Denmark.

2014     Changing hues, The Ganoksin Project, USA.

2014     Tales from the tool box, Crafthaus, USA.

2013     Alternatives Contemporary jewellery, Rome, Italy.

2013     Mano Contemporary Jewellery & Object, Taiwan

2013     Beijing International Jewelry Art Biennale, China

2011     Graduation show, Idar-Oberstein, Germany

2010     Schmuck aus der Alchimia in Florenz, Galerie V&V, Vienna, Austria

2009     Alternatives contemporary jewellery, Rome, Italy.

2009     Graduation show, Galleria Alessandro Bagnai, Florence, Italy.

2009     Legnica Festival of Silver, Old Town Hall, Poland.

2009     Inhorgenta, Munich, Germany.

2008     End of Year, Limonaia dei giardini Nidiaci, Florence, Italy.

Additional information

Bachelor in Communications & Economics, Copenhagen Business School; Diploma from The Danish School of Journalism; Work as a licensed dive master in Mexico, Malawi and Egypt.

 

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