Phone: +46 90 786 68 79
I have a great passion for artistic doing, and that is what has
guided me in life. My artistic career started with producing
backdrops and big wall paintings for music festivals, and with
professional photography, where I learnt the art of working with
light and the analog process in a colour photolab.
After graduating in 2005 from the Interaction design programme
(Ixd) with my project about hybrid learning in pre-school, I
started to work with applied research at UID where I got to explore
inclusive design, service design and participatory design. I then
started to get more involved in teaching at UID.
I have always made sure to spend time to work with artistic
expressions, like graphic papers. This has been beneficial to
identify the artistic doing that is found in the process of
designing. In my artistic development, I'm interested in the
condensed moment of artistic doing. In one artistic
development work, I explored the procedure of colour combinations,
where I explored how inspiration comes in to play.
What I do at UID
I teach in courses for single subject courses (SSC), the
Bachelor programme in Industrial design (BFA) and Advanced product
design (APD) and Interaction design (IxD). My interest lies in
finding ways to express and explore artistic process, and that is
something that I enjoy working on together with students.
In addition, I work as an international contact person, a role
in which I get to see more of what industrial design education
looks like around the world.
Talk to me about
Your experience of being a student at UID, how you develop your
artistic capability or just anything, like driving a dog sledge. Of
course, if you would like to study abroad or if you are an exchange
student, I'm an international contact person that might be able to
help you out.