05/03 | Power and Affection | San Francisco Arts Commission | San Francisco, Ca
10/00 | To This day, what I remember most clearly is the movie | Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery | Oakland, CA
06/99 | Introductions | Catharine Clark Gallery | San Francisco, Ca
01/12 | De-Mobbing | Headlands Center For The Arts | Fort Barry, Ca
09/11 | Proof | Southern Exposure | San Francisco, Ca
03/07 | Liminality | Exploratorium | San Francisco, Ca
10/06 | Haunted | Disjecta | Portland, OR
02/06 | Reconsidered Materials | Exploratorium | San Francisco, Ca
08/05 | Manimal Mania | Luggage Store Gallery | San Francisco, Ca
01/05 | Close Calls | Headlands Center for The Arts | San Francisco, Ca
10/04 | The Big Spin | Walter McBean Galleries | San Francisco, Ca
11/03 | Commission | San Francisco Arts Commission | San Francisco, Ca
10/03 | Emerge | Gen Art San Francisco | San Francisco, Ca
08/02 | I hate being A Girl | Spanganga Gallery | San Francisco, Ca
12/01 | Shadowboxes | Exploratorium | San Francisco, Ca
11/01 | Think Again | Southern Exposure | San Francisco, Ca
02/01 | Behind The Screen | Exploratorium | San Francisco, Ca
2012 | Featured on the Creative Capital web catalogue On Our Radar
2011 | My design for San Francisco’s 2nd@ Howard St, Things Are Looking Up is featured in Chronicle Books' publication Inspiration Book.
08/10 | My project Die Dunkelheit reaches finals level in the competition Überlebenskunst in Berlin, Germany
12/ 09 | My project Motorik reaches finals level in the 01SJ competition Build Your Own World.
03/09 | My project Night Train Arrives In Emerald City reaches finals level in the San Francisco Arts Commission competition Temporary Projects on Market Street.
Museum Exhibit Artist
2000-2009 | Exhibit Developer | The Exploratorium | San Francisco
10 original exhibits, 6 major space design pieces, 14 redesign pieces, 6 grant projects, 2 Art Projects, 4 Public Programs Projects, 7 Grants Written, Public Speaking and Conferences
2007-09 | Four Original Projects created for the Outdoors Exploratorium Project
2006 | One Original Exhibit for the NSF Mind Project, several Space Design Projects
2000-05 | Five Original Projects and 14 redesigns created for the NSF Seeing Project
2007 | Participated as a mechanical designer and machine operator in the Survival Resreach Labs Amsterdam performance titled A Complete Mastery of Sinister Forces Employed With Callous Disregard to Produce Catastrophic Changes in the Natural Order of Events | Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Curation and Writing
03/11 | Co-writer on Steve Deitz’ public art and technology blog Northern Lights.
2007-2009 | Co-curated, produced and promotde the music performance series Anaphylactic for galleries and festivals | San Francisco and San Jose, Ca
01/10 | Curated the art presence for the pop-up menswear shop Man Up in San Francisco, Ca
09/09 | Co-curated the art.tech festival and exhibition at the LAB | San Francisco, Ca
03/09 | Produced The Way That You Move -an exhibition curated by Katrina Lamb | San Francisco, Ca
10/08 | Curated and produced Worlds | Million Fishes Art Collective | San Francisco, Ca
07/07 | Curated Phenomenon | Million Fishes Art Collective | San Francisco, Ca
2007-2009 | Screenings and Talks | Million Fishes Art Collective | San Francisco, Ca
2012 | Visiting Faculty | San Francisco Art Institute
I will write and teach an undergraduate course on user experience (UX), as part of the SFAI department of Design and Technology.
2005 | Visiting Faculty | San Francisco Art Institute
I taught drawing and painting to Pre-college (high school) students in a team-taught class.
2004 | Visiting Faculty | San Francisco Art Institute
I wrote and taught an undergraduate interdisciplinary seminar on color science, called Interactive Color Seminar in collaboration with the neuroscientist Richard Brown.
- 1998-2000 | California College of Arts, SF, Ca (Master of Fine Arts)
- 1995-1998 | San Francisco Art Institute, SF, Ca (Bachelor of Fine Arts)
- 1989-1992 | Lars Kagg Skolan in Kalmar, Sweden (High School Diploma)
Awards and Grants
- 1998 | Drawing Award, San Francisco Art Institute Graduation Show
- 1997 | Merit Scholarship, San Francisco Art Institute
- 1995,1996 | Erik And Elsa Goljes Memorial Grant