Exhibition, Wind Upon the Face of Waters

Centrum För Fotografi, Stockholm
13 Oktober- 6 November

Wind Upon the Face of Waters. Book Releases and Artist talk.

5/10 18:30 Book Release and Artist Talk. F-Concept Store, Sergels torg Stockholm
25/9 Book Presentation. Unseen Book Fair, Amsterdam
24/9 Book Presentation. Fotobok GTB. Göteborg
10/9 Book Presentation. Photobook Festival. Oslo

Exhibition Opening Landskrona Fotofestival

The work "Wind Upon the Face of Waters" won the Landskrona Portfolio Prize 2015 and will be shown at Galleri Gamla Staden during the Festival 2016. Opening at 19 Augusti

Winner of Spine Dummy Award

For the book: "Wind Upon the Face of Waters"

Nominated to The Nordic Dummy Award

For the Book: "Wind Upon the Face of Waters"

Konstakademien, Fredsgatan 12. 28 th of May- 11 th of June 2015

Artist Book/Dummy exhibition.
In conjunction with the Royal Institute of Art, project year.

Public Commission, Danderyds Sjukhus 4 December 2014

Titles: Container and Tallskog
Light Boxes 100x100 cm
Client: Susann Brännström, Stockholms Läns Landsting
Location: Dagskirurgin

Sydney, Head On Photofestival 14th May-7th June

I´m invited to show the Boy Stories series at Stanley Street Gallery, during the Head On photofestival in Sydney.

In the series Boy Stories I´m traveling back in time, to a place where something happened, to a passing moment fixed and preserved in my consciousness . I´ve been wondering what happened to the memory during the travel of time. How it has changed, what has been preserved and how much that has been added on or been removed. Is it for real or just an illusion?
What I shows is created out of that kind of incomplete consideration.

Boy Stories is an investigation of the childhood memory in the presence just as much as it is a depiction of life in the past.

Whats Up North, Oulu 12th Sep-19th Oct

The event will be held in Oulu 12.-14.09.2014 and the exhibition will be open 12.09.-19.10.2014.

The exhibition is called What's Up North? and it asks the question: How the Scandinavian North is presented and experienced both from outside and inside? The theme is focusing on the diversity of Nordic cultures and environment.

The exhibition is curated by Beate Cegielska, Denmark, Kjersti Monsen, Norway, Gunilla Muhr, Sweden, Alla Räisänen, Finland and Stephanie von Spreter, Norway.