This is an Island? - Touring
Barbican, London, UK
This is an Island? is touring to the Barbican as part of the Open Fest: Art 50 festival. There is a day full of different art forms all exploring the impact of Brexit.
This is an Island?
29 November - 1 December 2018
DanceXchange, Birmingham, UK
Over the past few months I have been developing a collaborative piece under the direction of choreographer Gary Clarke. The piece brings together dance, visual art, spoken word and documentary film in an attempt to explore Brexit.
8 September - 14 October 2018
Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, NO
I am showing a new piece titled Definition of Terms, aiming to open up conversation around terminology and politics that define people living status within a country. Høstutstillingen is Norway's annual survey exhibition of recently produced work.
Kampen om Grønland (The Battle for Grønland)
17 April - 30 September 2018
Interkulturelt Museum, Oslo, NO
I was commissioned by the Interkulturelt Museum in Oslo to create a new body of work to showcase in this duo exhibition alongside Ane Hjort Guttu. The exhibition looks at gentrification in the district of Grønland in Oslo. The performance installation The War Room will be on show until 30 September 2018.
KAMP- min, din og alle andres
1 June 2018
Hausmania Festival, Oslo, NO
I will be showing a version of Deport Me as a part of the festival exhibition. The performance print was made in response to racist deportation tactics used by the FrP government in Norway. The piece looks to question my position as a white European immigrant that meets many of the criteria for deportation.
Information coming soon
Fanfare 11 - Den alternative kulturmeldingen (The Alternative Cultural Message)
I am currently writing a new piece about protest and politics in art for the next edition of Fanfare magazine. The text is an opinion piece in the form of a speech.
Between the Lines
I have contributed a poster to the touring Between the Lines exhibition focused on mobilizing intersectional solidarity in the wake of the historical moment brought about by the #MeToo-campaign, the exhibition is touring next to the Women's Museum in Kongsvinger in June.