I’ve always loved a good story,
no matter the medium.
Which is why I’m lucky to have made a career as a storyteller. I weave them out of words and shape them through images. The worst thing for a good story is to go unheard, which is why I’m happy you’re here.
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My latest posts
- Why looking at dead horses might be good for you‘Tis the time of sales, shopping and the sacred. Because of that, I’ve been thinking about an unexpected run-in with the sacred I had this past Autumn. It got me thinking – could the concept of sacred be useful for someone …
- The mouth of Helene – or why art is importantLike a lightning flash, I realised I had seen that mouth somewhere. Dads mouth was open, with a slightly confused and pained expression. Then it dawned on me: it was a self-portrait by a then 80-year old Helene Schjerfbeck, facing old age. Some …
- Posing with pulla – can self-portraits shed a light on our relationship with food?Pulla is a finnish traditional pastry, similar to the world-famous cinnamon roll. In her self-portrait Symbioosi (symbiosis) finnish artist Iiu Susiraja poses with pulla in a way reminiscent of the icons of Virgin Mary. In my previous post I wrote about arts ability to grant perspective on cultural phenomena. In this blog post I’d like to invite you to see with me, if art can act as guide to questions about body image. In other words: what can self-portraits show us about our relationship with food?