PROFILE :: I am an artist working as doctoral candidate at the art, technology and design program at the Konstfack / Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, with a Master of Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Parsons New School for Design. 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 the Parsons-Kalil Award for Smart Design and the MIT-Schnitzer Award for the Visual Arts. 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 the environmental design group Paramodular and of the Anxious Prop art collective. I live in Berlin. Website splash image from the master's thesis "The Turtle : an American School of Architecture : a Radical Mediocracy" (MIT 2005). email
Flying Carpets and Fourth Dimensions, talk at "David and Goliath: models between art and architecture" at the ZHdK 2013, foto by Florian Dombois.