Kaffekaskshembränningsapparaten is the result of a site-specific work related to the town Gustavsberg in Värmdö. I wanted to see if I could tell a story about life in Gustavsberg through materials, more specifically copper and glass. Looking at material is a way of looking at our history.The coffe/moonshine-device talks about life in a factory town and how alcohol has been used as a way to control workers and how coffee

The Hybrids

My bachelor project The Hybrids is a project where I have been investigating the possibilities to explore the material pewter through my craftsmanship as a glassblower. I’ve been trying to find new methods and expressions in my work by adding another material to my practice and questioning my own tradition as a glassblower and my perception of glass.Inspired by post humanist theories on materialism I have through an experimental approach

Excavation Heritage

In my master project, Excavation Heritage, I used an alter ego and my craft to comment on the growing nationalism in Swedish society and the phenomena of fake news. I looked into what role art, craft and museums have had to create a Swedish identity and how populistic power today are using a nostalgic idea of Swedishness, created by national romanticists, as propaganda today. Inspired by historic people who actively


Laboratoriet is a collaboration between the two artist Kristin Larsson and Evelina Dovsten and The Glass Factory in Boda. The project consisted of two parts: one production phase and one exhibition phase. The projected started in a shared archive of laboratory glassware, donated from the research institute RISE.   Both me and Evelina have worked with glass for fifteen years, we have the same craft background, we have worked at

The After Party

Nearly four decades after the explosive arrival of the world’s most famous feminist artwork, The Dinner Party, a response is here: The After Party – by two Swedish artists who were not even born when Judy Chicago’s piece created art and women’s history. The After Party is an homage to Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party, from 1979, which is on permanent display at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist

Kattguldet / Fools gold

In the project Kattguldet or Fools gold, I wanted to further investigate the possibilities to combine pewter and glass and how these two materials can be used to shape, reshape and enhance each other. I’m continually interested in, and inspired by, archeological and natural historical findings that make us reflect upon our short existence on earth and the traces we leave behind, and how those traces will be understood by