An article in Arbejderen in 2019 about the happening #VærdigPsykiatriForAlle that I was a part of with my artpiece Folkets Flag (The People’s Flag). The aim of the happening was to get the politicians’ attention, because the psychiatric system in Denmark is suffering from a severe lack of funding. Link:

More articles about the event:

Article about my project Folk og flag (“peoples and flags”) from 2019 as written by The Danish Arts Council and shared by the Danish national association for craft and design


Mention of my Re-Woven work in a longer article from May 2019 by curator Frida Cano which can be found here:

Flexwerker is a one-off magazine made in the summer of 2019 by the group an informal collective of precarious workers. The magazine both documents a series of workshops (of which I participated in a couple) as well as a varied collection of articles about the precarious working conditions of the modern culture and art business. For more information – or if you wish to join in on the action – find them on facebook:

Video about co-created the Strit! project from 2019 by Medieskolen Juno

Article in Gladsaxe Bladet about the Høje Gladsaxe Tapestry project I did with I Tråd Med Verden in the fall of 2018, which was presented to the public in January 2019:

A feature about my career as a textile designer in Sally’s a craft magazine by Hendes Verden, July 2018

Column I wrote in March 2018 for DesignETC about social media and how creative practisioners can use it to communicate directly with their audience:

Column I wrote in November 2017 for DesignETC about the social and political responsibility of designers and how I used my creative skills to support a candidate in the local Copenhagen elections.

Video by Projektland documenting the Weaving Together project made in collaboration with Trine Lindegaard

This video of me cutting some yarn off a cone back in 2016, ended up going viral and has been seen by literally millions of people around the globe. Many people were angered by the waste of yarn, and I agree! The only reason for cutting it, was that I was in a rush to get to the cardboard cone in the centre, to use on my winding machine, and this was a spare cone of an unidentified type of yarn I had lying around. At least it brought some joy and satisfaction to people to watch this waste in action but of course I would never recommend people to cut up perfectly good yarn for no good reason.

 Article about the 3D Textiles collaboration with Marina Dragomirova at The Royal Danish Workshops in 2015: