Lund university, founded in 1666, and its research centre the Pufendorf Institute. That was where I met up with the Degrowth research group on 18th March 2016. I had been invited by the coordinators, Ekaterina Chertkovskaya and Alexander Paulsson to hold a workshop for the research group that would use different methods – visual art, drama, […]
Us sing and dance, make faces and give flower bouquets, trying to be loved.
You ever notice that trees do everything to get attention we do, except walk?
Alice Walker – The Color Purple
2016 Public art spotted next to Gävle river
Spring really is on its way in the north of Europe. The bees were out yesterday, tasting the air. And this beautiful guy was hanging out in Pildamspark in Malmö.
I spent August 14th to 17th, 2014 at Friland ecovillage in Denmark, my first ever Nordic permaculture festival. The fabulous Bärfis gang from Malmö (they run two forest gardens where they work with schools) had a spare seat on the bus and took me along. The drive there gave us time to talk and throw ideas […]
A love letter from one great writer to another.
The Zen Pencils website is a lot of fun and a great inspiration. I especially appreciate these two comics by Gavin Aung Than. This one based on a quote by Rachel Carson about wonder and excitement. I love how this brings together things that I care a lot about and which are shaping the way […]
I am facilitating three workshops on drawing animals for children as part of the children’s comic festival in Malmö (I seriernas värld) and the children’s biennale (Bästa Biennalen). The workshops are being held at the city archive (Stadsarkivet) on: Saturday 24 October, 12 noon – 2pm Tuesday 27 October, 12 noon – 2pm Thursday 29 […]
Very excited to present the latest comic in the – perhaps never-ending since jellyfish are the cockroaches of the oceans – killer jellyfish series. On sale at Zine Fest in Copenhagen on Saturday, 17, October 2015. Are you ready?
I have been volunteering in community gardens in Malmö for the last four years as well growing as much as I can on my balcony and window ledges. Yet this summer, when visiting friends in England and Scotland, both gardeners, my partner and I realised it was time for our own allotment. The allotments are […]