header-1Art Lab for All, 2014 Stockholm.

A record 65 million people around the world were forced to leave home last year, leaving one in every 113 people a refugee, internally displaced or seeking asylum. Of those, 21.6 million are refugees and half are children.

These people arrive to a very uncertain environment carrying with them experiences of persecution, violence, and separation, and they often enter into conflicting new dynamics in the country of reception. Art Lab for All promotes the contribution of Arts and Culture in these scenarios. By providing access to artistic means, Art Lab for All facilitates social integration and collective reflection. The activities are mainly directed toward children and young people, especially newcomers. We work with creative workshops based on drawing, photography, video, dance, and performance art. These workshops reinforce mutual empathy and caring, and contribute to a sense of belonging based on respect and solidarity.


mind the movements

Mind the movements exhibition, 2015 Stockholm.

A collective exhibition research at Mejan by Resoures 14, State of Migration: Sweden.The exhibition highlights the dominant stories of 4 swedish cities, urbanity and migration, and suggests other possible realities. We have studied the social organized movements -how the social and geographic directions change the city.




ping pong

FIRST KKH WORLD TENNIS TABLE CHAMPIONSHIP /performance by Clown Project 2015

A Grant from EEMEDEL 2015. Participative performance at The Royal Academy of Arts of Stockholm. Performative action of duration one day






Do you want to know about your future? / Performance 2014

Electric City, Herring Town – Swedish-Japanese Undertainment At Its Best at Moderna Museet Bar. This performance by Clown project of one hour duration is based in the individual future of a collective. Curated by Christophe Charles, professor at Musashino Arts University of Tokio and Olav Westphalen professor at the Royal Academy of Arts of Stockholm.





SPA KKH // Performance, 2014

A performative intervention by Clown Project at the Royal Academy of Arts of Stockholm. SPA KKH was part of The Normalcy Project, curated by Donatella Bernardi. Clown project is a collective that creates situations, experiences and social interactions at institutional artistic spaces.





Role// video performance, 2013 Stockholm.

Clothes as objects of identity. A child’s clothing as a social burden. Stereotypes and standards in the concrete forms of baby clothing, with texts, colors, and images that appear on them. The clothing used for this video is donated by friends and family of different nationalities, many with preconceived notions of gender and the child’s role printed on them. For example: trains, cars, “I don’t want to be a doctor, I want to be superhero etc.” thereby reducing a child’s identity and character to a piece of cloth. What is the need to print this social burden on a texture, in a design, a text or an image? Are blue and pink indestructible identity standards?


What the hell?//What the hell?Video loop, 2012, Stockholm.

What the hell? was part of the solo exhibition “Entre el cielo y la tierra” at Galleri Mejan of the Royal Institute of Art during the summer of 2012. It explores themes of mimicry, repetition and discontent in a purgatorial space where anonymous figures struggle with frustrated attempts to live out their impossible individualism.



Blue elephant

Blue elephant// Video loop, 2012, Stockholm

This video was part of “Propaganda”, an exhibition arranged by the Royal Institute of Art at Kulturhuset in Stockholm. Blue elephant is a self-reproducing dancer dressed in Ikea bags who multiplies herself each time her clones collide.




The powers tower game

 The Power tower game// Video and Performance, 2012, Stockholm

The Power Tower Game was part of “Propaganda”, an exhibition arranged by the Royal Institute of Art at Kulturhuset in Stockholm. It pits Art and Economics against one another in a game of Jenga, where they rearrange the blocks of a tower composed of galleries, centers, museums, artists, schools and cultural institutions. As they take turns, the tower grows higher and more precarious. It collapses. It’s rebuilt. Who wins?



fotografia web This is not a dialogue // stop motion video, 2012, Stockholm

This is not a dialogue was part of the solo exhibition “Entre el cielo y la tierra” at Galleri Mejan of the Royal Institute of Art during the summer of 2012. Explores the theme of communication and how three objects can communicate and interchange ideas to became politics and develop different roles in their actions.




TvMejan// Green-screen tv Art streaming project

TV Mejan was a temporary online TV channel, developed and streamed live from a studio at the Royal Institute of Arts in Stockholm in April, 2012. Programming ranged from video sessions on war, sports, cooking, telemarketing, contemporary art and politics. It included interviews, panel discussions, breakfasts, brunches and performances focused on television, economics and art. The real-time performances were used as a tool to highlight political and social issues and media interactions through the body in a specific space with live broadcasting. Collective performances included That’s ok, Fake orgasm, Klas Eriksson, Monsters Maiden and Propaganda, and everyone was invited to participate on-camera and online.

let it snow
la casa // work in progress

Let it snow, re-adaptation// video 3 min., 2010 Stockholm





Remembox // Web aplication/ Digitalent 2009 Barcelona

Web 2.0 is an application that allows users to create one or more digital time boxes where you can store and record memories and various events, to rediscover at a predetermined time by a simple game. With Remembox save and share memories, is easy and fun.

The logic that we intended intergenerational interaction, focusing on the population aged 45 and older. We alter the sense of time in the immediate society in which we are playing with the idea of ​​storing and transmitting digitally, accessible and personalized information to be stored in the capsule. We therefore work with four formats digitally preserved memory: audio, video, text and image.



Sin título

The Pop kitchen//videos, festival Maçart 2008

The Pop kitchen,  is developed in three different videos. They are part of Festival Maçart, contemporary art festival in  Maçanet de Cabrenys. Catalunya, 2008. Working in  three different dishes, made them ​​in three different cuisines, with three different chefs, based on the old method of oral tradition of anonymous popular cuisine.

A place where traditions are reinvented, with no particular inventor. Owners of the invisible but tangible as food causing pleasurable in all 5 senses responsables to create a memory of The Pop Kitchen.