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Motor city apiary

S i n c e t h e m i d 1 9 0 0 ’s t h e c i t y o f D e t r o i t h a s b e e n in rapid decline. Racial tensions, segregation and a vulnerable economic monoculture are all factors that have caused its urban population to shrink from near two to less than one million inhabitants in 50 years. A phenomenon called colony collapse disorder s t r u c k l a r g e s e g m e n t s o f t h e w o r l d ’s b e e p o p u l a t i o n i n t h e e a r l y 2 0 0 0 ’s . I t i s a p h e n o m e n o n i n which worker bees from a beehive or bee colony abruptly disappear. The causes of the syndrome are not yet understood. Proposed causes include

LT H

lund

2011

Motor city apiary

LT H

lund

2011

environmental change-related stress, malnutrition, pesticides, genetically modified crops with pest control characteristics and migratory beekeeping. In this tale of nature vs culture these two collapsing societies are brought together. It is a story of an attempt to breed a resilient bee spec i e s t h a t f i n d s r e f u g e o n t h e c i t y ’s r e f o r e s t e d suburban prairies. A lone beekeeper puts the l o n g s i n c e d e r e l i c t a r e a s o f D e t r o i t ’s e a s t s i d e to use. Soon the bees prove to be more resilient than man might have intended and a battle of man vs nature ensues…

No! don't open the door!

Run!

Gaaaaah!

ok, All in there. Now we just wait and see... Look out!

Got it? Lift it it carefully now.

»Swarm Antennas« – sketch november 2011

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G r a p h i c N o v e l e x c e r p t s , v i e w f u l l v e r s i o n a t m o t o r c i t y a p i a r y. s e

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Motor city apiary

LT H

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2011

Motor city apiary

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2011

Process Diagram

two failing societies

brought together through the narrative of a graphic novel

to produce an architectural vision

inspired by

paul virilios’ idea of the integral accident

t h e wo r l d b e e p o p u a lt i o n

lebbeus woods’ underground berlin

Section through and process model of converted suburban house with bee attack shelter under construction

70’s insect horror

t h e c i t y o f d e t r o i t

Bee Specimens from the Entomological Museum

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Working with the real beekeeper: Setting up winter storage

2011

Final exhibition layout:

bee hive, photographic prints, infographics, site models, graphic novel, video, etc.

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the locust factory

LT H

lund

2011

the locust factory

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lund

2011

ÂťGrowing insects for food is extremely efficient, compared to more traditional meat sources. 10 kilograms of feed will generate just 1kg of beef, 3kg of pork, and 5kg of chicken. It generates 9kg of locusts.The health benefits are immense. Insects are rich in all the proteins, fats, and vitamins that are crucial to our diet.ÂŤ

Underground plan: lab/insect rearing facilities, foyer/exhibition space, lecture hall.

I p r o p o s e a r e s e a r c h c e n t e r, d i n e r a n d e d i b l e i n s e c t breeding complex inspired by the entomophagy theories of dutch professor Marcel Dicke. A semi transparent pavillion connected to a large underground facility in an abandoned corner of the bishops garden next to the University Library and Museum of Sketches in central Lund. Lecture hall, exhibition space integrated with lab and factory facilities are located underground. Above ground we find a restaurant at ground level and offices f o r r e s e a r c h e r s o n t h e s e c o n d f l o o r. T h e L o c u s t F a c t o r y brings a new function and program to the park and a pioneer research location for the emerging business of breeding minilivestock for food purposes. P o s t e r s a n d m o d e l s , S p r i n g e x h i b i t i o n , LT H 2 0 1 1

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elektriciteten + starkströmmen

urban planning administration

stockholm

2011

S ö d r a vä r t a h a m n e n - p i l o t s t u d y

urban planning administration

stockholm

2010

Jag har inom ramen för stadsutvecklingsområdet Norra Djurgårdsstaden studerat potentiella utvecklingsmöjligheter för Ängsbotten, kv Elektriciteten, kv Starkströmmen samt delar av kv Nimrod.

Södra Värtahamnen, 1929

A four week project for the Stockholm City Planning Administration. I mapped and tested potential development sites in an area located between the Northern Link Highway tunnel project,the Stockholm Royal Seaport districtand one of Stockholm's major heat and power plants. In this very complex context I identified three sites of interest and developed plans, design sketches and section drawings to test uses, building heights and viewpoints.

Ortofoto 2010

öppet mot naturen

vä l k o m n a n d e ENTR É

s t a d s m äss i g t

ansiktet utåt

Siktlinjer

Bebyggelsen på Ängsbotten ställs inför radikalt olika utmaningar i de olika vädersträcken på grund av den varierande omgivningen.

Volymstudier.

Ett förslag för utveckling av ängsbotten

ETApp 1 västra

Upphöjd gård, butikslokal i bottenplanet

kungl nationalstadsparken

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Entré till underjordisk butikslokal

3 kvar ter. 2 stör re handelsetableringar. 1 infrastr ukturlekpark. 300 lägenheter. 10.000 m2 kontorslokaler.

INNEHÅLL Boende 1000 lgh Kontor 10.000 enheter Handel Hamn

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Infrastukturlekplatsen

2011

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Centralt i stadsutvecklingsområdet Nära till både innerstaden och rekreation (Kungl. Nationalstadsparken, Gärdet) Sjöutsikt Boende i unik historisk hamnmiljö God tillgång till handel (Valparaiso, Riga: Kvantum)

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Bullerstörningar (Tåg, trafik, hamnverksamhet) Tung trafik/farligt gods i närområdet Ensam ”bostadsenklav” i ett verksamhetsområde (?) Dåliga kopplingar till omgivande områden (Hjorthagen, Gärdet, Loudden) Markföroreningar

Konceptidéer

storängsbotten

Exempel på fasader möt söder

Huvudgata + Spårväg

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--Direkt visuell kontakt mellan gården och Hjorthagsberget

G Vä C-st rt rå an k et mo t c

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A pilot study for the Stockholm city urban planning administration. Parallell commission with Rosenbergs Arkiteker. W ithin the framework och Stockholm Royal Seaport, a former brownfield industrial area being transformed into a state-of-the art waterfront area with a strong environmental focus. In the Värtahamnen area I proposed a combination of housing, harbour, business and bustling street life inspired by the sites industrial heritage. Smallscale, fine mix of uses and densities. Focus on flexibility and resilience, optimizing the use of the area through changes of appearance and occupancy during its development.

Värtabanan

20 m grön korridor

Norra Länken

- Flexibilitet i strukturen och inom byggnader. Stor andel flexibla lokaler vars användning kan anpassas efter efterfrågan. Möjliggör olika användingsområden. - Tät och småskalig bebyggelse i kontrast till den omgivande storskaliga industribebyggelsen, kontor/handel och bostäder blandat i de olika strukturerna - Större byggnadsvolymer och uppbruten struktur skärmar av mot bullerutsatta stråk - Höga hus mot vattnet. - Hangövägen blir gå(farts)gata och ett huvudstråk för aktiviteter/shopping etc och fotgängare genom området. En koppling från Valparaíso genom Södra Värtan till kajerna och parkerna. - Spår mot kajen: gatustruktur med tydliga målpunkter och utblickar. - Parker: En mot vattnet, en mer väder- och vindskyddad park. Industriell prägel, kranar, Ruhr: Emscher Park, takpark? - Warehouse-inspirerad bebyggelse som en påminnelse om platsens tidigare bebyggelsestruktur. Sillskjulets fasad! (gul puts/tjärat trä) - Tätt, varierat, offentliga och privata gröna tak sammankopplade med gårdarna

Stråk, gator och siktlinjer

Höga hus?

Angöring

Spårvagnshpl

Angöring Nyckel- och målpunkter portfolio

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december

2011


rautasakara observatory

international workshop I

LTH

lund

heartbeats

2010

i n t e r n a t i o n a l w o r k sh o p II

LT H

lund

2011

Tw o t i m e s t w o w e e k w o r k s h o p s h e a d e d b y t u t o r s who are leading in their field. Purpose: To c r e a t e s i t e s p e c i f i c d e s i g n i n t e r v e n t i o n s t h r o u g h aesthetic analysis and the exploration of the possibilities of digital tools such as Rhino, Maya, Pepakura. Results: (left) An arctic space observatory on a remote mountain top in Rautasakara. Key words: isolation, repetition, science fiction, blood cells, spines. (right) A flexible mobile pavilion modeled after a human b o d y ’ s s i n g l e h e a r t b e a t . O n c a m p u s a t LT H , L u n d . Key words: hear t, beat,fear, gas masks, intestines.

C l o c k w i s e f r o m t o p l e f t : T h e 2 5 1 4 3 I t o k a w a a s t e r o i d , S i t e p l a n , To p v i e w o f o b s e r v a t o r y, m u t a t i n g s p i n e c a s e s t u d y

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t h e l a t e x f a c t o r y, t o r e k o v : ( e x ) u r b a n c o m m u n i t i e s

LT H

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l at e x fa b r i k e n

Plan 2 V 1:300 Plan 2 V 1:300

2010

ÖPPna UPP

An artists community with living quarters and stud i o s / e x h i b i t i o n s p a c elsa t ienx f aa b rc iok ne nv e r t e d l a t e x f a c t o r y.

fabrik >> COMMUnity

K e y w o r d s : L o w - k e y, r e - u s e , r e - c y c l e . S m a l l t o w n , oceanfront, tourism vs everyday life. Factory – h o u s i n g – c o m m u n i t y. A t t e n t i o n t o d e t a i l s . E l e v a t e

s:t clemens 5 (restoration)

f Ö rtÄta / OMPrOGraMMera

LT H

lund

2010

n ya O f f e n t l i G a P l at s e r

the status of every day eco friendly options, make f Ö rtÄta / t hÖePmP n as oU mP Pe t h i n g e x t r a . C o m m u n a Ol Ml ParuOnG dr ar My Mreor oa m i n an elevated glass box – connecting you to the surrounding landscape and ocean.

n ya O f f e n t l i G a P l at s e r

Collaboration with the local citizens, stakeholders and planning administration.

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Pa n O r a M at VÄt t s t U G a Plan bV 1:300

V e r k s ta D e n

fabrik >> COMMUnity

Plan bV 1:300

f Ö rtÄta / OMPrOGraMMera

ÖPPna UPP

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ÖPPna UPP

f Ö rtÄta / OMPrOGraMMera

n ya O f f e n t l i G a P l at s e r

Restoring a building block in central Lund originally designed by local architect Helgo Zettervall. Presently tur ned into a shopping center. Remove the roof, reveal the old garden, bring the light into the main halls. Create a sequence of spaces, clear connections between the different rooms, functions and shops. New shopping spaces suited for small local shops.

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s i t U at i O n s P l a n 1:500 s i t U at i O n s P l a n 1:500

serVerinG

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Pa n O r a M at VÄt t s t U G a

9 lÄGenHeter Galleri

Galleri Cykel

serVerinG sektiOn a-a 1:300

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l at e x fa b r i k e n

f Ö rtÄta / OMPrOGraMMera

n ya O f f e n t l i G a P l at s e r

18 lÄGenHeter

Plan 2 V 1:300

s i t U at i O n s P l a n 1:500

ÖPPna UPP

C l o c k w i s e f r o m t o p l e f t : F u n c t i o n d i g r a m s ; s e c t i o n + p l a n , m o d e l l i g h t s t u d y, I l l u s t r a t i o n “ b r i n g i n g d o w n t h e s k y “ , S e q u e n c e d i a g r a m s , O r i g i n a l f a c a d e s i t U at i O n s P l a n 1:500

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fasaD sÖDer

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Beyond Desire: Los Angeles

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Stockholm/L.A

Beyond Desire: Los Angeles

2009

A multidisciplinary course at the University College of Fine Arts in Stockholm. Lead by professor Henrietta Palmer and a long line of visiting lecturers/tutors, among others Edward Soja, Philipp Rode (Urban Age/LSE) and Los Angeles Urban Rangers. We worked on designing a new urban strip typology adjacent to the L.A River in central L.A, right between the inverted downtown area and the gang territories of East L.A. Throughout the course we made multiple workshops, site visits and collaborated with locals as well as former gang members, politicians, metro planners and architects from L.A. The strip co-locates a series of inter ventions and design proposals along the river, all connected but not dependent on each other.

r o ya l u n i v e r s i t y c o l l e g e o f f i n e a rt s

Stockholm/L.A

2009

The Marshall Plan The NASA’s all time budget The Moonshot The Korean War The Louisiana Purchase The Vietnam War The New Deal The Savings and Loan Crisis The Gulf War

5 km

3 miles

K e y w o r d s f o r d i f f e r e n t p r o j e c t s : a l g a e , m o b i l i t y, b i o g a s , a g i n g r o c k s t a r s , taco trucks, pod cars, urban agriculture, perspirative cooling etc.

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Los Angeles River Strip

Venice Beach Boardwalk

Melrose

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THE L.A. River Strip

The strip is a boardwalk a l o n g t h e L o s A n g e l e s r i v e r, with urban lucky charms spread out along its bracelet.

A pocket strategy is used to introduce new public urban features in the strip area.

Layered infrasystems for energy production, cooling and waste management meander a l o n g t h e s t r i p ’s e n t i r e l e n g t h .

Many of the most characteristic urban spaces in Los Angeles could be concidered ‘stretches’ rather than ‘districts’. A tradition of mobility has resulted in the city’s many iconic Strips. Landmarks through which to navigate, meet, consume, and move. The existing strips in Los Angeles all consist of a series of diverse zones. Often there are undefined areas in between, but the Strip ties them together. Analysing these areas created the foundation for a proposed development of a new Strip along the Los Angeles River. The Los Angeles River Strip is a boardwalk Strip on the site of the former train tracks to the east side of the river. It is 10 meters wide and stretches nearly five kilometers. It is a cool, shaded space for pedestrians and bikers, segways and skaters, entertainers and chess players. In order to create an attractive public space, the Strip was developed along certain guidelines and principles. The area is city-owned and has zoning codes that require all developments to be accessed by public transportation and naturally cooled, and that they produce energy. Because of its scale, the content and atmosphere of The Strip will stand out from the rest of the city. All Strip-front properties must have an active relationship to the Strip. Property owners will have obligations to and benefits from the Strip and its complementary elements. Various prcess illustrations

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M o t e l To w n - f o s s i l e s t r u c t u r e s r e p u r p o s e d f o r a p o s t o i l l i f e s t y l e

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Beyond Desire: Los Angeles

W h a t ’s m o s t a m a z i n g i s t h a t y o u b a r e l y h e a r i t . Solarpanel-covered waste containers swish by on rail a few meters above your head, and you instantly realise how little you miss the old city full of noisy gasoline trucks. The waste is still all around you, but it flows in silence on elevated rails. This bloodstream has re-made the classic Sears building into the Sears Palace, a waste management biogas facility of central Los Angeles and a node in the Rio Vista Center for Environmental Urban Studies. Providing a green collar jobs cluster for both skilled and unskilled labour, the Rio V ista Center is an incubator for a range of different environmental technology companies establishing themselves in Los Angeles. The central building, located in a former warehouse provides equipped laboratory renting units, apartments for guest researchers and conference attendees, and an environment for water and energy research, are provided in the central building, a redeveloped warehouse. A significant feature is also the Labs’R’Us science center for kids, where local school kids can perform science experiments in a controlled environment. The Rio Vista Center started with the ambitions to create a Cleantech Manufacturing Center by the former mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. ”Los Angeles shall be the global capital of clean technology” he said in 2008, and he turned out to be halfway right. Being rightfully critizised as just a hyped up investment category fad, cleantech and its focus on hi-tech solutions needed a complimentary focus on the classic environmental technologies such as sewage treatment and garbage management. This duplex character is emphasized in The Rio Vista Center and the Sears Palace, providing a clean green glocality and a Silicon Valley-configur a t i o n f o r t h e 2 1 s t c e n t u r y.

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Sears Palace

2009

The Rio Vista Center for Environmental Urban Studies Focusing on renewable energy and water issues in an urban context, the center is a node for conferences, seminars and informal meetings between global greentech conglomerates and local university and private researchers.

How do you make a biogas facility an icon of science?

1. The Contain-O-Pod system The solarpowered waste containers carry the strips organic waste, paper and combustibles to Sears Palace and nearby facilities on elevated rail. The system is monitored centrally and create no boundaries in ground level. Every fifth Contain-O-Pod is used for personal transport, which create mixed usage. 2. The Green Ray The algae and water from the Green Ray are first used to cool the roof and are then separated; the algae provide organic material for Sears Palace, the water is recycled into the dam. 3. Sears Palace Sears Palace is a biogas facility collecting organic waste from the Strip and Downtown Los Angeles. The biogas produced provide the Los Angeles bus fleet with fuel, and also run a heat engine to generate electricity distributed to the strip.

Beyond Desire: Los Angeles

Paradise City How can an archaic cityscape be transformed into an urban paradise?

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Los Angeles creates, hosts and markets a wide array of lifestyles. Which of these have the greatest potential in a post-material Los Angeles? Are t h e s e e m e r g i n g l i f e s t y l e s , l i k e n a t u r e ’s b i o l o g i c a l d i v e r s i t y, a s i g n o f t h e c i t y ’s r e s i l i e n c e ? L o s Angeles’ extravagant way of life and its limitless creativity are projected and displayed all over the world, but how is it revealed locally? T h e P i g g y b a c k Ya r d i s a n i n d u s t r i a l a r e a n e a r t h e historic birthplace of Los Angeles. Diverse, dense, and segregated communities surround it. Situated at the crossroads of existing and developing infrastructure systems, it has the potential to become the public heart of central Los Angeles. From the P i g g y b a c k Ya r d ’s s o u t h e r n t i p , P a r a d i s e C i t y s h i n e s like a lavish living room full of positive abundance.

Stockholm/L.A

The Paradise City is based on turning abundances found in the surroundings into resources.

2009

ABUNDANCE

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CULTURAL DIVERSITY

GLOBAL INTERACTION

INFRASTRUCTURE

ACCESS

EXHIBITIONISM

CONTEMPORARY STAGE

GRASSROOTS

LOCAL INTERACTION

TRAIN TRACKS

MARKETS

Section of Paradise Hills showing the relation between infrastructure, housing and the park

The Los Angeles Cocktail of Public Space The slope of Paradise City provides hillside housing while framing the Piñata Basin and covering infrastructure. The basin is filled with trees and has an assortment of features and functions: grassy lawns for barbecues, a custom car care center for classic, gasoline-fueled cars, a stage built upon a landfill, an artists market for hipsters, mariachis playing by the train tracks and lush greener y along the river.

4. Cleantech Manufacturing Center The Villaraigosa Cleantech Manufacturing Center initiative is located on the western side of the river. 5. The Second River The Second River is used for large scale water treatment research in a dam environment.

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Main Stage For big outdoor events

The Piñata Basin Open and shaded recreational areas.

The Spectacular Car Grooming Presenting your precious car

The Artists Market Live music for sale

The Paradise Reload Market Picking up food while transfering

The Tracos, informal food

Metro Purple Line Ties West L.A. with LAC+USC and beyond The Contain-O-Pod Waste, people and goods transportation along the Strip

The Rio Vista Center for Environmental Urban Studies Focusing on renewable energy and water issues in an urban context, the center is a node for conferences, seminars and informal meetings between global greentech conglomerates and local university and private researchers.

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The Strip

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FREE DAMMTOR! // WORK PROCESS

free dammtor! (urban renewal)

Hafencity universität

Hamburg

Freiraumplanerishcer Entwurf // SoSe 08 // Wolfgang Scharlach // Prof. Heike Langenbach Brent Dahl // 3008687 // Kalle Landin // 3008140 // Gustav Magnusson // 3008102

THE AREA

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UNIFYING CONCEPT FREE DAMMTOR!

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R e d e s i g n o f o n e o f H a m b u r g ’s b u s i e s t c o m m u t e r interchanges: Dammtor Bahnhof. Studio course at H CU l e a d b y p r o f . H e i k e L a n g e n b a c h . F o c u s o n t h e use and appropriation of public space. Complex surrounding: the famous Planten un Blomen park, Radisson high-rise hotel, a tiki bar, a huge old train station and a main thoroughfare. Multiple moded of transport, things happening on many different levels, height differences to overcome. For o u r d e s i g n p r o p o s a l w e u s e d J a n G e h l ’s p r i n c i p l e s for public space use and let the directions and sizes of pedestrian flows guide us; shape different spaces, designate important nodes and paths.

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LEFT Bus Stop by Theodor-Heuss-Platz

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BELOW New Dammtor seen from Northeast

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The result of an urban/public art course at Blek i n g e I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y. I s p e n t t w o w e e k s a s a homeless person in the, to me at that time, completely unknown city of Malmö. My aim was to test how your perception of public space is affected if you spend all your time in it. Loneliness, vulnerab i l i t y, a l i f e 2 4 / 7 i n t h e p u b l i c r e a l m . P r o d u c e d a n exhibition at the Blekinge Museum where I exhitbited a diary and photographs from my experience.

LEFT Bus Stop by Theodor-Heuss-Platz BELOW New Dammtor seen from Northeast

Under våren 2006 tillbringade jag två veckor som hemlös i Malmö. Det var en del av en kurs som handlade om gestaltning av offentiga rum. Syftet var att undersöka hur ens syn på stadens offentliga miljöer förändras när man vistas i dem konstant. Under de två veckorna sov jag på en rad olika platser, men mestadels i en taklös halvt nedbrunnen gammal industribyggnad i i närheten H]=pZ[YH/HTULU1HNZHTSHKLI\YRHYM€YH[[ försörja mig och läste alla gratistidningar jag hittade grundligt varje dag.

Projektets slutprodukt blev en del av en utställning som skolan höll på Karlskrona Konsthall. Jag ställ ut den dagbok jag skrivit under veckorna samt de sovsäck jag använt och några bilder som Malmöfotografen Wilhelm Ljungberg tagit av projektet.

Jag kunde inte göra anspråk på att efter fjorton dagar under bar himmel bland bråten i hamnen sätta mig in i hur det är att var uteliggare på riktigt, men under vandrandet i parkerna efter tomburkar, den molande hungern och ensamheten, kylan på nätterna, blev det ändå en erfarenhet som ökade min förståelse för skillnaderna i samhället. Framför HSS[ÄJRQHNLU\WWMH[[UPUNVTO\YZ[HKLUZLY\[VJO fungerar som jag bär med mig.

Photo: Wilhelm Ljungberg

2. portfolio

kalle Landin

december

2011

portfolio

kalle Landin

december

2011


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