Porcelain.The sculptures are casted on authentic noses before they were changed through cosmetic plastic surgery.
Oil on canvas. Parts from a series of paintings from a hotel room in New York City.
Oil on canvas. Portrait of a woman I met in Malaysia 2008. Life size.
Embroidery on canvas. Portrait of happy women sitting in a circle looking at an empty spot.
Oil on canvas. Mouths, inspired from primitive masks seen in Musée du quai Branly in Paris.
Selected photo works.
Photo montages of women with buttons on their bodies.
Photos of 29 workers in a paint factory were portrayed twice. First time on Friday afternoon and second time the following Monday morning.
Photo prints. Random texts of the Swedish law are read in a subjective way and illustrated.
Photos of 51 workers in a chemical factory, making hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). The hair on the portraits was made blonde digitally.
Oil on canvas. Different swimming techniques and synchronized swimming are depicted.
Oil on masonite. Based on photos taken in Los Angeles 1990. The portraits are framed in the different shapes of the car windows.
Photos of sculptures depicting poses as seen in porn magazines. A comment to their funny ways of zooming in on specific body parts and putting them together as detached building blocks.
Objects and Posters. IRONIC campaign against immigration to Sweden. Mines are made of the Swedish surströmming (a very smelly fermented fish) to keep intruders away.
Porcelain painting on a functional tile object: a pissoir. A woman that comes walking with a baby stroller from the bottom of the ocean, is depicted on the object.
Porcelain painting on tile, aquarium and fish. Fountains with portraits of news reporters. Water spurts out of their mouths on a regular basis in a closed loop.
Prints of computer collage made of photos of highly recognizable characters. The cut out parts of the photos are intact and can be identified. No morphing or superimposing.
Acrylic on canvas.Film actors caught in the elusive act of eating. Pigment airbrushed on canvas resembled the light thrown on the movie screen.
Egg yolk tempera on plaster. Painted triptychs of the intro to the television show where the main characters are presented in three different ways.
Oil on canvas. Photos from the television show made into oil paintings. An attempt to stop the superficial flow and to give the characters more dignity.