Seminars, Exhibitions & Symposia

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Initiator and Moderator: Genus Loci – A Seminar on Women in Architecture, at the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design, 18 February 2014. Organized and moderated with Salka Hallström Bornold, managing editor of Form Magazine for Nordic Architecture and Design.

Speakers: Mia Hägg, Habiter Autrement; Rahel Belatchew Lerdell, Belatchew Arkitekter; Inga Varg, Rosenbergs Arkitekter; Pye Aurell Ehrström and Susanne Ramel, Marge Arkitekter; Ylva Frid, Spridd; Emma Jonsteg, Utopia Arkitekter; Petra Gipp, Petra Gipp Arkitektur. (Image courtesy Stina Persson Helleday and Anders Lindén.)


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Moderator: Kolla! Seminar on Courage and Failure – organized by The Association of Swedish Illustrators and Graphic Designers and Hall of Femmes, at the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design in Stockholm, 12 November 12, 2014.

Speakers: Swiss designer Rosemarie Tissi, choreographer/stylist/theorist Maria "Decida" Wahlberg and Kvinnokompetensen founder Anna Eliasson Lundquist.


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Moderator: True freedom can only be collective – a seminar celebrating Lina Bo Bardi, organized by Hall of Femmes at the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design, 3 February 2014.

Speakers: Nathalie du Pasquier, founder of the Memphis Group; Pat Kirkham, professor of design history at Bard College of Art in New York's Graduate Center for Design History and Material Culture; and the founders of the Örnsberg Auction, a group of local designers, artists, and craftspeople who have launched their own collectively-run auction house.


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Visioner av Nuet: Stockholm Festival for Art and Technology, Fylkingen, Stockholm, 2013 was a three-day festival and congress initiated by artist Anna Lundh on the subjects of art and technology. 

Visions of the Now was a reconsideration of the festival and congress Visioner av Nuet, which took place at Tekniska Museet in Stockholm in 1966. Together with graphic designers Konst & Teknik, Anna Lundh and I developed a publication that would serve as an archive of the two festivals. Much like an actual archive, its contents were diverse and at times incongruous; but together, they illustrated the the shifting complexity of artists' attitudes toward technology and electronic tools. Click here to download the book's forward, where I describe this shift in more detail. 

At the festival itself, Anna, Peter and Mattias of Konst & Teknik and I created an interactive "book workshop", where festival-goers could participate in the creation and documentation of their own publications.