PROFILE TEXT:: I am environmental artist and experimental architect working with the forms and forces of global warming. Currently, I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the UmArts programme of Umeå University (2022-2024).

I hold a PhD in Art, Technology & Design from Konstfack / Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (2015-20), a Master of Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2003-06) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Parsons New School for Design (2000-03). While at Parsons, I was teaching assistant to urban ecologist Jean Gardner, assistant editor/curator to conceptual artist Silvia Kolbowski, and studio assistant to photographer and filmmaker Larry Clark. While at MIT, I was teaching assistant to performance artist Joan Jonas, interventionist Krzrystof Wodiczko, and visual artist Muntadas at the Visual Arts Program / Center for Advanced Visual Studies. I received various awards, including finalist for Harvard Univesity Wheelright Prize in Architecture (2021), the MIT-Schnitzer Award for the Visual Arts (2005) ,and the Parsons-Kalil Award for Smart Design (2002). Thereafter, I've had various solo and group exhibitions, installations, residencies, workshops, and architectural design projects. I am associate member of the Council for the Arts at MIT, am the founder of Transhemisférica and the Transhemispheric Residency Programme, the environmental design group Paramodular and of the Anxious Prop art collective. I live between Umeå, Copenhagen, San Juan, and Berlin.


Flying Carpets and Fourth Dimensions, talk at "David and Goliath: models between art and architecture" at the ZHdK 2013, foto by Florian Dombois.