Villa Fraxinus, Hyndtjärn, (2015).
IKAROS - The return and The Devas.
Healing of a place and lost dreams.
Group exhibition with
Karin Hesse, Brigitta Nenzén, Brita Carlens, Peter Svedberg, Jörgen Nilsson, Marie Holmgren and Vassil Simittchiev.
Art and integration in private and public spaces.
The Lockup cultural centre, Newcastle, Australia, (2012).
Healing grife and fears with art in a former jail.
GLOBODY, Gävle (2005-06).
Art, gender, integration and GIS-technology project. Workshops with art students, artists, under graduate students and migrants.
Site specific sculptures Downtown Gävle, where crime has taken place. To heal public spaces with love and forgiveness.
SPEGLINGAR, photos, (2005).
About gender coded places and context.
Editors Dr. Carina Listerborn, Dr. Tora Friberg,
University of Linköping and Lund.
Healing public spaces from trauma, world wide, (1996-2016).
The axis of Good, Labyrinth I – VII
is combining Sweden with USA, China, Irac.
Labyrinth VI and Labyrinth VII will add Iceland, Cuba and Mongolia. Creating the AXES OF GOOD. That will make peace on earth in our time.
LABYRINTH I, Limön, (1996)
Limön, an island in the bay of Gävle In the summer, 10 years after the Tiernobyl accident. The bay of my hometown was one of the most polluted areas from outside former Soviet Union.
LABYRINTH II, Rörberg airport, (2002)
In very cold mid winter. In cooperation with two engineers and a terrestrial laser scanner, we turned the stone material into a digital point cloud and transphered it into a 2x2m digital printing.
LABYRINTH III, Axmar park, (2003)
An old pilgrim way Sweden - Norway. In collaboration with a French horn player from Norway and a terrestrial laser: scanned cow, fisherman, snow angel and video, showed at Axmar International Digital Exhibition (AIDE);
Artists from Ukraine, Finland, Iceland and the south of Sweden and a seminar series and workshops during winter with local companies, organisations and the CML- Creative Media Lab /University of Gävle. Contemporary Art and Technology for our common every-day? The labyrinth was laid out on the spot where there had been a castle. To heal the history of destruction and forgotten wisdom.
LABYRINTH IV,Peckerwood garden, Hempstead, Texas Spring, (2005)
In a garden with rare, native plants and folk art from Mexico. In collaboration with architecture students from A&M University of Texas. A ten day workshop and a speech about Tjernobyl and The Tale of the Labyrinth.
LABYRINTH V, Mid Summers Eve, Bångs, (2007)
15 land-art sculpture exhibition at a lake near an old Village. In collaboration with a carpenter, journalist and a dancing priest.
LABYRINTH VI, Högbo, Sandviken, (2010)
LABYRINTH VII, under construction (2022)...
Curator Sue Gollifer, University of Brighton, UK (2004).
Tjernobyl and The Myth of the Labyrinth
Holy Cow: The Labyrinth, The Woman & The Goddess
The X-RAY project, (1999).
About the nuclear power plant accident of Tjernobyl that polluted my home town and half of the northern part of Europe 1986.
Invited by Association of American Geographers (AAG),
Philadelphia, USA, (2004).
About visualizing and heal trauma in public spaces with art.
Konstcentrum Gävle, Högskolan i Gävle, (2004),
About civil movement for love, peace and understanding.
Galleri Slottet Gävle, (2004).
About war, revenge and forgiveness. Civilcurage and reclaim the peace.
Konstcentrum Gävle, (1996).
10 years since Tjernobyl accident that polluted my home town Gävle
with radioactivity. Healing fear and loss of land.