Founder of MethodKit. I make visual tools that help people talk about important topics (like public health, projects, cities, gender equality).
3 things that my projects got in common.
- Low threshold. Accessible, inclusive, using a straight-forward language & allow for participation.
- High depth. Allow for exploration, reflection & philosophical perspectives, but it’s not required or should demand it.
- Multiple perspectives. Not one (1) truth, but presenting many diverse perspectives & examples.
MethodKit 2012- (www)
MethodKits are physical tools for collaboration. The cards are meant for creative workshops and effective meetings. A growing family of 33 tools for different areas and disciplines. A project that I founded.
My current role at MethodKit
I make visual tools that help people talk about important topics (like public health, projects, cities, gender equality). I lead the research and the development of new kits along with new collaborations.
Over the years we developed a methodology on how to summarize the important and different perspectives being used when working and talking about different disciplines.
Georgia Stories, 2010 (www)
Co-editor. Citizen journalism (crowdsourcing) project where 35 young Georgian photographers tell stories about their everyday lifes with photo and text. A selection was exhibited in Tbilisi, November 2010 at the Rustavi Theatre. Also exhibited at Stallet in Stockholm, Sweden. (Made partly with support from Swedish Institute)
We created the project as a spin-off of Photo book about Sweden but applying it to a new country.
This Must Be The Place, 2009-10 (www)
Co-editor of book about Contemporary Art with 43 swedish artists. The book release & exhibition was held at an anonymous adress in Stockholm but attracting 900 people. [crowdsourcing] [arts]
The Photo Book About Sweden 2007-09 (www)
Founder & editor of the citizen photojournalism project which resulted in a book and exhibitions where 44 young photographer depicted Sweden. Translated to 7 languages. Exhibited in Stockholm, St Petersburg, Moscow, Tbilisi, Buenos Aires & Montevideo. Awarded Best Practice 2009 by EU.