Born 1983, in Oslo, Norway

Lives and works in Oslo, Norway

EDUCATION

2005 – 2008 BA Fine Art, London Metropolitan University, UK
2004 – 2005 Studies in painting under former Professor Jan Sæther, Oslo
2003 – 2004 Olav Mosebekks Art School, Oslo
2001 – 2003 Strykejernet Art School, Oslo

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2019
NoPlace, Oslo, Norway (upcoming August)

2016
Arendal Kunstforening, Norway, Smoothies and Bright Skies

2015
Studio 17, Stavanger, Norway, Hunting Grounds

2014
LYNX, Oslo, Norway, Tokens of Disruption

The Boiler Room, Oslo, Norway, Reductive Imagery

2013
Galleri Briskeby, Oslo, Norway, Adults Only

2012
Bergen Kjøtt, Bergen, Norway, Patos & Logos

2011
Galleri Storck, Oslo, Norway, Imagine All The People

2010
Oslo Prosjektrom, Oslo, Norway, Whatever Forever, More of The Same

2009
Galleri Briskeby, Oslo, Norway, Whatever Forever

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016
The 39th Norwegian Short Film Festival, Grimstad, YOU, curated by FALCK
EKPGO, part of The 7th Drawing Biennale, Oslo, Norway

2015
Powera, Berlin, Germany, A Real Pleasure

2013
Osaka Contemporary Art Center, Biennal of European and Latin American Contemporary Art, Japan

2012
Tegneforbundet, The 6th Drawing Biennale, Oslo, Norway

2010
Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway, Høstutstillingen
(The Annual National Exhibition Of The Visual Arts)

2009
N.I Museum & Institute, 6th International Triennial Of Graphic Art, Bitola

2008
Gallery J: Akebono so, Tokyo, Japan, New London Printmakers
London Metropolitan University, London, UK, BA Graduate Show
Menier Gallery, London, UK NorskArt

2007
Kumu art museum, 14th Tallinn Print Triennial, Political Poetical, Tallinn
The Foundry, London, UK
Gallery J: Akebono so, Tokyo, Japan, New London Printmakers
La Viande Gallery, London, UK, NorskArt

2006
Gallery J: Akebono so, Tokyo, Japan, New London Printmakers
The Empire Gallery, London, UK, NorskArt

STIPENDS

Bildende Kunstneres Hjelpefond, One year working stipend
«Norwegian Journalism» grant, The Fritt Ord Foundation
Project support for art and culture criticism, Arts Council Norway

COLLECTIONS

Rolf. A. Hoff

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Editor Gateavisa anarchist magazine, Oslo, Norway, (2017-)

The leader of Norwegian Critics' Association (Art)

Journalist and art editor NATT&DAG magazine, Oslo, Norway

Researcher for the internationally renowned and best-selling author and journalist Åsne Seierstad for her book «One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway« on the Norwegian right-wing terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, infamous from his attacks of July 22. 2011