in anticipation, 2019

solid birch, plywood, foam, fabric

I wish someone cared more about how I feel here—someone who could wait with me, support, and hold my hand. I don’t know how long I have to sit here. Maybe it’s time now, or soon, or in a long time. Being in the waiting room is a break in time where I feel lonely, restless, and nervous. 

The project explores the act of waiting and the forgotten place that waiting rooms often are. 

The fickle shoe rack - concepts around hallway things and their choreographic impact, 2022

solid maple, solid birch, stoneware, glazes, arenga fibre, zipper, textile ribbon 

The installation is based on the idea of the hallways’ act in a home as an intermezzo - a short dramatic, musical, or light characterful performance inserted between the acts of a drama or opera. With a scenographic view and a conceptual approach, I have explored the hallways’ components in correlation with our subconscious routines within that room. The project aims to discover everyday life choreographies with the material world and challenge the hallways’ practical tone. The wooden and ceramic objects are created with a focus on sensory experiences and particularly their sounds, which together play the hallways’ symphony. 

The project was made in collaboration with choreographer and dancer Ida Kjällquist.

in anticipation, 2019

solid birch, plywood, foam, fabric

I wish someone cared more about how I feel here—someone who could wait with me, support, and hold my hand. I don’t know how long I have to sit here. Maybe it’s time now, or soon, or in a long time. Being in the waiting room is a break in time where I feel lonely, restless, and nervous. 

The project explores the act of waiting and the forgotten place that waiting rooms often are.