Started the two year master’s programme in Sustainable Urban Planning and Design. The program focuses on the interrelationship between the built environment and social, economic and institutional forces. The programme provides professionals with a profound and broad understanding of the multiple factors in sustainable urban development. Students are trained to alter planning and design practices to respond to the environmental conditions and societal needs of the future.
Panelist in KFO’s public debate ‘Vilka förhandlar facket och arbetsgivarna med när alla giggar?’ (Who do the unions and employers negotiate with when everyone is gigging?) and discussing the increasing insecurity of freelancers and precarious workers. Read about it here
Initiator, organizer and panelist. At Almedalen 2019, I initiated this seminar, in my role as communications manger at Smart Coop, in collaboration with Coompanion and Swedish Cooperation, where Kairos Future presented parts of its report on what young people consider important in their future working life. It clearly states that social security is an absolute top priority among young people today. So how does this go together with the emerging gig economy and the rapid growth of precarious jobs where social security is eroded for many? Can cooperation be part of the solution?
Concept developer, initiator and producer. Trace evidence is a continuation of Trace of Light project from 2018; a collaborative project between a dancer / choreographer, a textile / costume designer, a light artist, a sound artist, a filmmaker and the development studio at Digital Art Center at the Department for Computer Science at Stockholm University. The project explored how the dancer’s movements interacts with the space to create multi layered images through light-based real-time optical tracking and reflecting the concept from criminology of Trace Evidence through sound recorings and images created in real time.
Key note speaker. The Swedish government has drawn attention to the importance of cooperatively owned and shared digital platforms in relation to sustainable cities. Cooperative Cities Umeå is the first conference on this theme organized by Umeå Municipality and Coompanion. An arena for entrepreneurs, organizations and citizens who want to contribute to common solutions for current and future needs with a focus on smart cities and sharing platforms. Above all, we want to explore how we build a sustainable infrastructure in order to transform the local economy. In collaboration with Viable Cities at KTH
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Invited to take part in Citizens Dialgue at the European Commission where representatives of citizen’s organizations from across Europe were invited to discuss the future of Europe.
Invited as panelist along with Nobel Prize Laureate Frank Wilczek, artist, professor and curator for this public talk on science and art at the Nobel Museum.
Can art and creative work help us understand and explain complex things in science and society? We think so and many Nobel Prize Laureates would agree.
FRANK WILZCEK was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2004. His research includes particle physics, black holes and the connections between ambitious theoretical ideas and concrete observable phenomena. Hear Frank talk about the intersection of art and science and how to expand perception through technology.
Co-producer in this collaborative project with Digital art Center and Stockholm university to explore how images of the city can be used in layers to create visualizations of new spaces. The work was commissioned by Nordic Choice Hotels and Manifest Communications
Initiator and co-producer with dance group JUCK an evening of feministic extravaganza at Slaktkyrkan where we invited the best of the best of feminist dancers, street artists, performance artists and stand up comedians to perform, discuss and agitate. Feministisk Salong was part of Stockholm Fringe Festival – Stoff