I was born in Sweden and grew up in Switzerland, where I studied in Zürich and Basel. In 2009, I acquired a Bachelor’s degree in Scenograpical Design at Zürich University of the Arts and then I went on to study at the Academy of Art and Design in Basel, where I received a Master’s degree in Fine Arts with focus on International Human Rights and migration in 2011.
Since childhood, I have had a passionate interest for human rights, which can be discovered in many of my works. During my studies in Basel I founded the international artist group “Artumult” with members from India, Iran, Japan, Nigeria, Colombia, Bolivia, Switzerland and Sweden, to discuss cultural identities through art.
Recently, I have been given the responsibility to take on the leadership for the currently dormant association “Art for Human Rights”, created by the Swiss artist couple Gabrielle and Hans Beck-Lipsi. My role is to revive it and turn it into an international movement.
As an artist, I want to remain free in my expression and in the materials I work with. Writing, drawing, painting, sculpting, and particularly installation art, depending on what I need to communicate. I am very fond of interdisciplinary collaborations, which can result in photography, experimental film and sound, music and even performance/happenings.