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FÖRESTÄLLNINGAR I SAMARBETE (PERFORMANCES OF COOPERATION): AN ECONO-COMMUNITY FOR TENSTA Proposal for The 2016 Oslo Architecture Trienniale

Curated by:

ATELIER Heyman-Hamilton

OSP - Organization for Spatial Practice

www.at-hh.com

www.o-s-p.org

Kyndelsmässogränd 13 SE 127 37 Stockholm, Sweden

465 West 23rd Street, 6B New York, NY 10011 USA

Malin Heyman heyman@at-hh.com +47 073 754 04 58

Jesse Seegers js@jesseseegers.com jesseseegers@gmail.com +1 914 598 8990

James Hamilton hamilton@at-hh.com +46 070 417 03 43

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FÖRESTÄLLNINGAR I SAMARBETE (PERFORMING COOPERATION): AN ECONO-COMMUNITY FOR TENSTA Architecture is one of many factors that contribute to a society’s culture, one might say its sense of belonging to a place and time: a statement of values. Yet architecture is notoriously slow and costly. Usually a favored instrument of those that have access to capital and the “WE ARE stability to stay in one INTERESTED place for long periods of IN ONGOING time – years, generations, PROCESSES THAT centuries – architecture is LACK DEFINED “’political plastic’–social BEGINNINGS forces slowing into form.” AND ENDINGS.”* As a result, those without accumulated capital and the ability to remain in a location – like refugees and migrants – are denied the cultural belonging that architecture provide to

any given population. But what if there were spatial products that could substitute for the societal function that architecture plays culturally in addition to satisfying the basic needs of shelter? What if these disenfranchised populations could have nearly instantaneous, free or cheap space for a variety of activities before committing to a permanent building? This architectural platform, a kind of spatial operating system, could buttress already-existing and yet-to-emerge local knowledge exchange platforms and social networks, in the process generating economic value and stronger community.

non-residential activity as “THE SLOW one possible means of “putWITHDRAWAL ting down roots” in a place OF THE and establishing a self-susWELFARE taining economic communiSTATE IS ONE ty, or Econo-Community. SUCH PROCESS, Our proposal is furWHICH CAN ther developed into three (3) ALSO BE phases. First, we will make a UNDERSTOOD large (8-meters in diameter) AS A FORM OF sphere inflatable, affection- VIOLENCE.”* ately dubbed the “Mother Bubble.” We will conduct workshops to teach residents how to make their own inflatables, and produce social events inside the inflatables to generate revenue for even more workshops. This cycle will continue under our direction until phase two, when

inings, of Collaboration and Cooperation, we propose a combination of a digital platform that serves as an operating system for a network of inflatable spaces which can provide Tensta residents with highly visible areas to host the underground, bottom-up networks of social cooperation that already exist in Tensta, the Kvinnocenter i Tensta-Hjulsta being one such network. Our plan proposes employing pneumatically supported structures (air-pressure-inflated membranes) which are incredibly cheap to fabricate, can be moved from site to site, and can be blown up and taken down in a matter of minutes. Moving beyond their stigmatic associations with 60s and 70s radical architecture movements, this proposal imagines a use for modest inflatable spaces that can provide temporary, nomadic and flexible locations for

Performance of Cooperation

This is the proposal of Föreställningar I Samarbete. Roughly translating to Performances, or Imag-

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*Ahmet Ögüt+Emily Fahlén Report on Transnational Neighborhoods in Tensta, Stockholm FÖRESTÄLLNINGAR I SAMARBETE

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Phase 3 2.1

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UPCOMING: Kvinnocentr RESERVE

LOG IN

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Yellow = outside investment (revenue generating events) 2.5

Blue = free community use (revenue neutral events) Green = Coop Fund

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residents can borrow the inflatables on the online platform for a variety of suggested non-residential programs. Constantly iterating and tweaking the operating system, phase three will see the system handed off to the residents via a cooperative legal framework similar to the Swedish bostadsrättsfÜreningar housing cooperative structure. Phase three will also coincide with the OAT exhibition in Oslo.

Econo-Community

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Through the bounded investing model of Circular flow of income, the system can create (read: sustainable) economic ecosystems in which the value created by a community is then reinvested in the community, in ways ranging from SL Card subsidies to longer-durational forms (buildings, architecture). This economic community, or econo-community directly addresses the 43% unemployment rate,

attempting to spur economic development by flooding the supply of available semi-public space in which to gather, socialize, and conduct business. The inflatables, in different situations fill different activities’ needs for space, but instead of these activities being in basements, the inflatable makes them visible, engaging the environment in the process. Over the course of the year, a donation-based or voluntary 1-2% tax revenue stream goes to establish a cooperative fund, which aims to support the local community by becoming a savings portfolio to eventually become a down payment on a construction loan to house the various emergent programs that took place inside the inflatables. Who knows, maybe some people will prefer the inflatables, once it becomes the local vernacular architecture?

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PHASE 1: “MOTHER BUBBLE” 1.0 – Using a small portion of the budget, fabricate a “Mother Bubble,” an inflatable that will be 3/5 of a geodesic dome with a diameter of 15 meters 1.1 – Within the Mother Bubble, hold workshops to teach and fabricate smaller inflatables, and announce a free public lending program 1.2 – Develop a web platform to register, promote, educate, and reserve the children bubbles (starting in April 2016) 1.3 – launch the web platform, and invite Tensta residents to register in order to borrow future inflatables 1.4 – Program kick-off events in the Mother Bubble in collaboration with KTH in Tensta, the KTH, KKH and/or Tensta Konsthal 1.5 – From the event proceeds, hold workshops to teach and make more, smaller children inflatables

Phase 1

INFLATABLE GENEAOLOGY One “Mother Bubble” is made as an example, in which workshops are held and for which events are programmed. In Phase 1, our team will plan and carry out the initial events, inviting residents of Tensta to learn more about the project. Local residents will have the opportunity to learn and start proposing alternative uses that can be housed in inflatable architectures and suggest what kind of activities need space. Phase 2

ONLINE PLATFORM

FÖRESTÄLLNINGAR SAMARBETE

“...that is another rule for the whole nature of architecture: it must create new appetites, new hungers – not solve problems, architecture is too slow to solve problems.” –Cedric Price

UPCOMING: Kvinnocentr

1.0

RESERVE

LOG IN

EVENTS

FUND

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The online platform is the heart of the project: it simultaneously collects and broadcasts the collective desires of the Tensta residents.

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“PEOPLE SELF-ORGANIZE TO OFFER ALTERNATIVE SOCIAL SERVICES IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD. KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE PLATFORMS ARE CREATED...”*

PHASE 2: OPERATING SYSTEM 2.0 – Focus on the rules of the operating system/online platform: how people borrow them, when people borrow them and for what programs. 2.1 – Collect feedback from resident-borrowers about to what extent their needs were satisfied by the inflatables 2.2 – Adjust the rules, protocols, feedback loops, and analytics of the system, both physical and digital 2.3 – Continue to lead educational workshops, this time with the intent of training other residents to lead inflatable-making workshops themselves 2.4 – Encourage residents to come up with their own programming and alternative (mis)uses 2.5 – Establish the cooperative fund and begin establishing the bostadsrättsförening financial and legal framework, including its governance structure and volunteers

Phase 1

SUGGESTED PROGRAMS

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The platform is good for certain types of activity: non-residential, temporary commercial activity, social functions, lightweight production and health-related activities. These may include: communal meeting space for local social activist organizations (for example, Kvinnocenter i TenstaHjulsta), weddings/celebrations, photography studio, afterschool activities, educational workshops, children’s day care, temporary sculpture gallery addition, street fair, market stall, etc. The suggested uses are by no means exhaustive and other bottom-up programming/usage is encouraged.

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Yellow = outside investment (revenue generating events) Blue = free community use (revenue neutral events) 1.0

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“[OTHER FORMS OF VIOLENCE INCLUDE] A SUBWAY CARD SO EXPENSIVE IT CAN’T BE AFFORDED, OR A POLICE PRESENCE SO CONSTANT IT POSES A THREAT BY ITSELF”*

PHASE 3: IF YOU LOVE IT, SET IT FREE

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Through the bounded investing model of Circular Flow of Income, the system can create economic ecosystems in which the value created by a community is then reinvested in the community. Eventually, the fund will grow large enough to empower the community to have the agency to build their own more permanent structures to house the programs that had provisionally existed inside the temporary inflatables. In this way, the inflatable spaces act like a “starter-kit” for more permanent architecture, and the more permanent architecture is a “starter-kit” for a sustained community of social connections and mutual trust. In this way architecture has the potential to not just reinforce existing structures of power and control, but can emerge over time from the accumulation of Phase 3 collective desire

Phase 2

A place to pick up and return the inflatables to, centrally located, potentially mobile, which might eventually be a more conventional piece of architecture in central Tensta.

Phase 1

CENTRAL HUB

COOPERATIVE FUND FOR FUTURE BUILDING

ownership

3.0 – Incubate the bostadsrättsförening and maintain the online platform, supplementing it with new functions if necessary. 3.1 – identify and designate a local community liaison, a cooperative fund manager, and a Mother Bubble resident administrator. 3.2 – Bring one of the children inflatables to Oslo for the duration of the Oslo Architecture Triennale 3.3 – Intensively document through photography, video, interviews, and object evidence that remains from the events and workshops 3.4 – At the conclusion of the OAT, hand off the administration and maintenance of the bostadsrättsförening and the online platform

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Coop Fund Manager

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1.0 – MOMENT LEADERS: Jesse Seegers, Malin Heyman, James Hamilton Using a small portion of the budget we will fabricate a “Mother Bubble,” an inflatable that will be 3/5 of a geodesic dome with a diameter of 8 meters using 2-4mil thick polyethylene plastic sheeting and heavy duty tape / iron to seal and heat weld the pieces together. This will be constructed in a local space, most likely Tensta Gymnasiums sport hall over the span of a few days, from the sourcing of material to construction. The construction will be carried out by the team; Jesse, Malin, James and workshop participants from the KTH in Tensta, the KTH and Tensta Konsthal. 1.1 – MOMENT LEADERS: Jesse Seegers, Malin Heyman, James Hamilton Within the Mother Bubble will hold workshops to teach and fabricate smaller inflatables, and announce a free public lending program. Workshops will be organized to make new inflatables within “Mother Bubble”. These workshops will take place over the span of two weeks in mid-March. The workshops will be led by the team at first. Then they will be led by new team members and volunteers who will be established as the competence of workshop participants rises. The dissemination of information will be done through workshops, online “How to” videos and pamphlets. Conversations, meetings and workshops at the site will be carried out by Jesse, Malin and James. 1.2 – MOMENT LEADERS: Jesse Seegers, Malin Heyman, James Hamilton + back end web developer Develop a web platform to register, promote, educate, and reserve the children bubbles (starting in April 2016). The web platform will be developed and managed in Stockholm. This will happen simultaneously to the production of the mother bubble and the first workshops. The web platform will also work to record and organize the data pertaining to lending, borrowing and registration.

Phase 2

This data will be used at the start of every phase to analyze the use, progress and efficiency of the programming of the previous phase. Conversations and meetings at the site will be carried out by Malin and James, and for planning / critiquing sessions will be done with Jesse via Skype. 1.3 – MOMENT LEADERS: Jesse Seegers, Malin Heyman, James Hamilton Launch the web platform, and invite Tensta residents and workshop participants to register the inflatables they have made and to borrow future inflatables. This will be done through workshops, online “How to” videos and pamphlets. Conversations and meetings at the site will be carried out by Malin and James, and for planning / critiquing sessions will be done with Jesse via Skype. 1.4 – MOMENT LEADERS: Malin Heyman, James Hamilton Program kick-off events in the Mother Bubble in collaboration with KTH in Tensta, the KTH, KKH and/or Tensta Konsthal. The planning of the kick – off event will be led by Malin. Her contact with Maria Lind of the Tensta Konsthall, and colleagues at the KTH will facilitate the cooperation of either or both parties in the organization, support and potential sponsorship of the kick off event.

2.0 – MOMENT LEADERS: Jesse Seegers, Malin Heyman, James Hamilton Focus on the rules of the operating system/ online platform: how people borrow them, when people borrow them and for what programs. At the outset of phase two we will look rigorously and critically and the programming of phase one. This will be done by an analysis of the data collected by the online platform, documentary material of all workshops (film, video, archived objects) and the inflatables themselves. We will also collect feedback from resident-borrowers about to what extent their needs were satisfied by the phase one inflatables. This moment will be led by Jesse, Malin and James, together in Tensta. 2.2 – We will adjust the rules, protocols, feedback loops, and analytics of the system, both physical and digital in response to the feedback we receive in the first half of phase 2 2.3 – MOMENT LEADERS: Malin Heyman, James Hamilton We will continue to lead educational workshops, this time with the intent of training other residents to lead inflatable-making workshops themselves. Our understanding of how this can be done will be refined by the smaller experiments in phase 1. We will encourage residents to come up with their own programming and alternative (mis) uses. Conversations and meetings at the site will be carried out by Malin and James, and for planning / critiquing sessions will be done with Jesse via Skype. 2.5 – We will establish a cooperative fund and begin programming the bostadsrättsförening financial and legal framework, including its governance structure and volunteers. This structure, modeled on Sweden’s tenant owner associations will eventually take over all operating responsibilities of the “Mother Bubble” as well as the associated digital and physical programming. Conversations and meetings at the site will be carried out by Malin and James, and for planning / critiquing sessions will be done with Jesse via Skype.

1.5 – From the event proceeds, hold workshops to teach and make more, smaller children inflatables

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Phase 3

3.0 – MOMENT LEADERS: Jesse Seegers, Malin Heyman, James Hamilton Incubate the bostadsrättsförening and maintain the online platform, supplementing it with new functions if necessary. The bostadsrättsförening format will be recycled and remodeled to apply to the family of inflatables that will be roaming Tensta. This moment will be led by Jesse, Malin and James, together in Tensta. We will identify and designate a local community liaison, a cooperative fund manager, and a Mother Bubble resident administrator. Conversations and meetings at the site will be carried out by Malin and James, and for planning / critiquing sessions will be done with Jesse via Skype. 3.1 – MOMENT LEADERS: Jesse Seegers, Malin Heyman James Hamilton + Tensta program representatives. For the exhibition we will bring one of the children inflatables to Oslo for the duration of the Oslo Architecture Triennale. We will intensively document through photography, video, interviews, and object evidence that remains from the events and workshops. The archival material that is collected and produced, both digital and physical will accompany us to Oslo, where the inflatable we bring will act as a repository for the information and material collected. After the Oslo Architecture Triennale, this inflatable can remain, visitors of the triennale will have the opportunity to register on the web platform and borrow Oslo’s “Second Mother Bubble”. This moment will be led by Jesse, Malin and James, together in Tensta and Oslo. 3.4 – MOMENT LEADERS: Tensta Residents At the conclusion of the OAT, we will hand off the administration and maintenance of the bostadsrättsförening and the online platform


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February

January 2016

March

May

April

June

Phase 1: Mother Bubble Build initial Mother Bubble Develop Online Platform Build 1st generation of other inflatables

Kick-off event w/ Tensta Konsthal and/or KTH Tensta

Beginning of initial availability and outreach (marketing) Workshops building more inflatables

July

August Phase 2: Operating System Observe, Facilitate, and Iterate Platform

September

October

November

December

Phase 3: If you Love it Set it Free

OAT Open to the Public Tensta Community uses the platform, coming up with altenative uses Inflatable installation at OAT in Oslo Legally Incorporate Cooperative Entity & Fund Hand-Off to Tensta Community

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PHASE 1 1.0 - build Mother Bubble (total) plastic sheeting (-13,500) fans, furniture (-3,500) material (-1,000) 1.1 - inflatable-making workshops 1.2 - web platform design & engineering 1.3 - web platform hosting 1.4 - kick-off event (revenue generating) 1.5 - further workshops Other, Travel - NY-Stockholm flight

PHASE 2 -18,000

-8,000 -4,300 -4,300 +4,000 -4,300 -4,500

PHASE 1 COST: NOK 39,400

TOTAL

PHASE 3

2.2 - adjust online platform

-4,300

Other more inflatable workshops, materials

3.0 - iterate online platform 3.2 - bring inflatable to Oslo DOGA

-5,000 -2,500

-13,000

Travel - NY-Stockholm flight

-4,500

Travel NY-Stockholm -4,500 Stockholm-Oslo x3 -3,000

Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3

-NOK 39,400 -NOK 14,500 -NOK 15,000

Revenue Generating: Revenue Generating: KTH Event +4,300 *At this point unknown, but the potential success of Tensta Konsthal Event +4,300 the project depends on it becoming a sustainable economic system, resulting in a net revenue positive cooperative community fund

PHASE 2 COST: NOK 10,200

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PHASE 3 COST: NOK 15,000

TOTAL COST: NOK 68,900

*All remaining funds from the OAT Budget will go towards establishing the cooperative fund modeled after a bostadsrättsfÜrening cooperative

* In the event that the budget is subsumed due to unforeseen circumstances, The OSP/AT-HH team will fundraise from private and public sources primarily in the United States, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. These may include Statens Konstfond grants, US arts grants, and US-based private donors.


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Jesse Seegers CV

OSP Inflatable photography studio, interior view on SoHo rooftop, New York, May 2015

Education

Exhibitions

Masters of Architecture 2010-2013 Honors: Howard F. Butler Travel Grant

Art in Odd Places Festival: New York

Art in Odd Places Festival: New York

Princeton University School of Architecture Gallery: Princeton, NJ

7Eleven Gallery: New York, NY

Yale Art + Architecture Gallery: New Haven, CT Heinz Architectural Center at the Carnegie Museum of Art: Pittsburgh, PA Walker Arts Center: Minneapolis, MN

Frame Gallery: Pittsburgh, PA

New Museum of Contemporary Art: New York, NY

Princeton University, School of Architecture New York University, Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Bachelor of Arts, GPA 3.78/4 2005-2009 (class of January 2009) Honors: Cum Laude

Professional

Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation New York, NY (November 2014-present) Associate Editor, Digital Projects

Canadian Centre for Architecture

Montreal, Canada (October 2013 - June 2014) Power Corporation of Canada Curatorial Intern

Organization for Spatial Practice (OSP) January 2013-present Founder

JDS/Julien De Smedt Architects

Brussels, Belgium and Copenhagen, Denmark (March 2009 - April 2010) Chief Editor, AGENDA

C-Lab/Columbia Laboratory for Architectural Broadcasting & Volume Magazine New York, NY (September 2007-December 2008) Editorial and Design Intern

OMA/Office for Metropolitan Architecture New York, NY (December 2006 – August 2007) Stagiaire

Curating & Organizing

Archaeology of the Digital: Media and Machines

Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal: May 21-October 5, 2014 Research, writing, and curatorial coordination

Performing Architecture Symposium

Potlatch Pavilion, 2015

OSP Inflatable Party, exterior view on SoHo rooftop New York, June 2015

Potlatch Pavilion, 2014 After Hours, 2011

Make Yourself At Home, 2010

Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes, with C-Lab, 2008 POTLUCK V - Architectural Details, 2008

OSP Potlatch Pavilion, interior view entering doorway Princeton, New Jersey, May 2013

Donor Hall, with C-Lab, 2007

Writing & Editing “Uncanny Valley 21st Century Domesticity,” PIN-UP 19, Fall/Winter 2015

“Valextra, New York,” Surface magazine, Surface magazine No. 115, February 2015 “Review: 14th International Venice Architecture Biennale, Fundamentals,” Frog magazine, issue 14, Fall 2014 Frank Gehry, Lewis Residence, June 2014, Canadian Centre for Architecture, iBooks Rural retreat, Hudson, NY, Sept. 2014 Shoei Yoh, Galaxy Toyama and Odawara Gymnasium, May 2014, CCA, iBooks Chuck Hoberman, Expanding Sphere and Iris Dome, April 2014, CCA, iBooks Peter Eisenman, Biozentrum, March 2014, CCA, iBooks “Performing Architecture,” Frog magazine, issue 12, Spring 2013 “Transdisciplinary Territory for Architecture,” Pidgin magazine, issue 12, Autumn 2012 “11 Buildings that may or may not be finished in 2012,” L’ANNUEL No. 1, Sound Pellegrino Records magazine, 2012 “Interview with Carol Willis,” STREAM No. 2, June 2012 “Al Manakh 2: Gulf Continued, Book Review,” domus.it, December 2010 AGENDA: Can we Sustain our Ability to Crisis? with JDS Architects, Actar, 2009 World of Giving, with C-Lab, Lars Müller publishers, 2009 “Architecture of Embassies,” The Embassy is Dead! Long Live the Embassy! catalog for Frieze Art Fair, 2009 “Architecture of the Awkward: Interview with MOS,” DAMn° magazine no. 24, April 2010 “The Boy Meets Girl Theory,” face b magazine issue 2, Summer 2009

Princeton University, Lewis Center for the Arts: October 13, 2012 Independently organized academic symposium including Liz Diller, Pedro Gadanho, RoseLee Goldberg, Vito Acconci, Mary Ellen Carroll, Alex Schweder, and more

Teaching

New York University

New York, NY (January 2015-present) Adjunct Professor, Visual Foundation Studio

OSP inflatable meeting, Canadian Centre for Architecture Montreal, Canada, May 2014

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Inflatable wedding dinner, outside Toulouse, France, Sept. 2013

Potlatch Pavilion, Art in Odd Places Festival, NYC, Oct. 2014


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Malin Heyman CV

James Hamilton CV

Education

Education

Stockholm, 2014-2015 “Learning from the City and Beyond” Postgraduate study

Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture, New York, 2005-2010 Professional 5-year Bachelor of Architecture

Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture, New York, 2008-2012 Professional 5-year Bachelor of Architecture

Professional

Stockholm, 2015-present Founding Partner

Royal Institute of Art

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art Royal Institute of Technology School of Architecture Stockholm, 2004-2007, 2012

Professional

Atelier - Heyman Hamilton (AT – HH) Stockholm, 2015-present Founding Partner

Petra Gipp arkitektur

Stockholm, Sept 2012-present

Hauser & Wirth

The Cooper Union for The Advancement of Science and Art

Atelier – Heyman Hamilton (AT – HH) Hannes Meyer Foundation & Vertical Brigade Stockholm & Oslo, 2014 Co-Founder

Play space installation: Private Client

New Preston, Connecticut, 2013 Design, detailing and construction management for a play space, made of suspended safety netting in a tall cylindrical space

Petra Gipp Arkitektur AB

New York, 2010-2012 Freelance work in conjunction with exhibitions/openings

Stockholm, 2014

Copenhagen, 2007-2008 Choreographer of several film projects

Situ Studio

Brooklyn, New York, 2009

Brooklyn, New York, 2008

Melbourne, Australia, 2008

New York, 2007

The National Film School of Denmark

Teaching & Juries KTH, Stockholm

Adjunct instructor, first year architecture studio

AHO, Oslo

Guest critic at the final reviews of Re-store: Alteration as a Critical Device, Masters studio taught by Andreas Angelidakis and Espen Vatn

Chur Institute of Architecture, Chur, Schweiz

Guest critic at midterm reviews of Masters studio taught by Jurg Consett

Exhibitions & Publications Frederick Kiesler: Visions at Work

Exhibition at Tensta Konsthall (together with 5 fellow students at The Royal Institute of Art)

Skikt

Färgfabriken konsthall, Stockholm (project manager, Petra Gipp arkitektur)

KRITIK magazine

November 2015: “Föreställningar kring arkitekturens medelpunkt” on the performative qualities of the circle in the KTH School of Architecture new academic building by Tham & Videgård

KRITIK magazine

May 2015: “Vad gör en utställning?” Interview with curator Maria Lind on the exhibition Frederick Kiesler: Visions at Work at Tensta Konsthall. Space, Time, Existence – Exhibition catalogue La Biennale di Venezia, Palazzo Bembo.

Friedrick Kiesler exhibition contribution, Tensta Konsthal

Young & Ayata Architecture / Urban Design

Kritik, November ‘15

Take A Walk On The Wild Side, exhibition catalogue

TEDx, signage with social agency

Play spaces

In Hannes Meyer’s Pockets: 12 Life Factories

In Hannes Meyer’s Pockets: 12 Life Factories Zine

City Council of Melbourne Office for Metropolitan Architecture

Teaching & Juries KTH Stockholm

First Year Studio Professor

Guest critic

Konstfack & KTH, Stockholm, Sweden. AHO, Oslo, Norway. Cooper Union & NYU, New York

Exhibitions & Publications 2015

“Monument To A Bygone Past: A New Bell Tower For Trinity Church” published in Open City by Diane Lewis 2014 Honorable mention for the submission “In Hannes Meyer’s Pockets: 12 Life Factories” to the Princeton Architectural Press Pamphlet Architecture 35 competition 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale, Palazzo Mora: “In Hannes Meyer’s Pockets: 12 Life Factories”

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Förestäliningar i Samarbete (Performances of Cooperation): an Econo-Community for Tensta - OAT  

"Förestäliningar i Samarbete (Performances of Cooperation): an Econo-Community for Tensta" is a proposal for the 2016 Oslo Architecture Trie...

Förestäliningar i Samarbete (Performances of Cooperation): an Econo-Community for Tensta - OAT  

"Förestäliningar i Samarbete (Performances of Cooperation): an Econo-Community for Tensta" is a proposal for the 2016 Oslo Architecture Trie...

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