September 16-18th: Participating at Amtsalon, Berlin, together with Dorothée Nilsson Gallery.
September 9th: Opening of Radiant Clusters, solo exhibition at Dorothée Nilsson Gallery, Berlin. Open until October 29th.
August 25th: Participating at CHART Art Fair, Copenhagen with Dorothée Nilsson Gallery.
February: Release of the first issue of Agency, a publishing initiative founded by Andrés Ramírez Gaviria, Elisabeth Kihlström and Yuki Higashino in 2021 and based in Vienna. Includes my essay "Peculiar Motions at Dusk", expanding on ideas about comets, apples and plague quarantine.
January: Release of Antique Skies, artist book published by Bored Wolves. Includes texts by Stefan Lorenzutti and Helen Korpak. Design by Gonçalo Sena.
November 4th: Opening of solo exhibition Luminous Reign at Kosminen, Helsinki.
October 30th: Opening of Untitled Lantern Pieces, outdoor exhibition in Landskrona sculpture park, courtesy of Landskrona Foto.
October 28th: Opening of Edstrandska Scholarship Exhibition, Malmö.
September: Structure for Moon Plates and Moon Shards (2015) acquired by Moderna Museet, Stockholm.
June 7th: Recipient of Edstrandska Stiftelsens Scholarship.
April: Received a Two year working grant from The Swedish Arts Council.
March 20th: Release of the publication Ad Nox, Ad Lux, Aber Press, Malmö, where my essay The Nocturnal Geographer is included alongside texts from Chiara Bugatti/Manuel Schwab, Johanna Gustafsson Fürst, Helen Haskakis, Max Popov, Anna-Karin Rasmusson/Fanny Åberg and Godai Sahara.
March 20th: Opening of solo exhibition The Stars Below at Galleri Box, Gothenburg.
September 26th: Opening of Photons (From the Sky to the Sea), GALERiA e BREGDETiT, Vlorë, Albania.
September 17-23rd: Virtual Open Studios at Iaspis.
September 13th: Opening of Vista Point: Re-Connecting Nature, Kunstverein KunstHaus Potsdam.
September 12th: Opening of Space Works at Tampere Art Museum.
April-September: Participating in the Iaspis Studio Program in Stockholm.
February 14-16th: Ethereal Dwellings, duo exhibition together with Gonçalo Sena at Alta Art Space, Malmö.
May 28th: Opening of project space exhibition Night Lights at Galleria Monica De Cardenas, Milano.
May 24th: Opening of Moonlight at Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg. Together with Chan-Hyo Bae, Helena Blomqvist, Nanna Debois Buhl, Cristina de Middel, Susan Derges, Joan Fontcuberta, Vincent Fournier, Hamish Fulton, Noémie Goudal, Nancy Holt, Kikuji Kawada, Melanie King, Michael Light, Agnes Meyer-Brandis, Aleksandra Mir, Ernesto Neto, Trevor Paglen, Jorma Puranen, Martha Rosler, Thomas Ruff, Larissa Sansour, Wolfgang Tillmans and Shen Wei.
January 31st: Opening of Back to the Future at Mai Máno Ház, Budapest.
September 28th: Opening of Back to the Future at C/O Berlin.
September 26th: Opening of solo exhibition Apparent Magnitude at Dorothée Nilsson Gallery, Berlin.
June 7th: Opening of Sculptural Landscapes at Copenhagen Photo Festival. Curated by The Plantation Journal/Trine Stephensen.
May 17th: Opening of Jamais laisser les photos trainer at Galleria Monica De Cardenas, Milano. Together with Linda Fregni Nagler, Jochen Lempert, Leticia Ramos, Alessandra Spranzi & John Stezaker. (Press release)
March 16th: Opening of The Polaroid Project at The Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg.
March 1st: Open Studios at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin.
January 18th: Opening of Back to the Future at Foam, Amsterdam.
January: Artist residence at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin from January-June 2018.
September 30th: Opening of Under Dark Skies at fotogalleriet [format] during Malmö Gallery Night.
June 2nd: The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology opens at Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth.
May 13th: Opening of group exhibition at Galleri Arnstedt, Östra Karup. Together with Hanni Kamaly, Youngjae Lih and Ana Rebordão. Until June 11th.
January: Participant in PLAT(T)FORM 2017 at Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland.
November: Awarded the Anna Kockum Travel Grant from Malmö Art Museum.
November 26th: Opening of The Primal Shelter is the Site for Primal Fears at The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík, Iceland, curated by Maija Rudovska and Patrik Aarnivaara. Participating artists Darren Banks (UK), O.B. De Alessi (IT/FR), Shirin Sabahi (IR/DE), Alexandra Zuckerman (IL), Johan Österholm (SE), Christian Andersson (SE), Elin Hansdottir (IS), Yuki Higashino (JP/AT) and Barbara Sirieix (FR). With kind support from IASPIS and Nordic Culture Point.
October 27th: Awarded the Edstrandska Foundation Grant together with Tiril Hasselknippe, Meriç Algün Ringborg, Sara Wallgren, Markus Bråten, Henrique Pavao and Ana Rebordao. Grant exhibition at KHM Gallery, 27/10-27/11.
September 15th: Flyktpunkt: New Swedish Photography, Centrum för Fotografi, Stockholm.
July 4th: Group exhibition at European Investment Bank, Luxembourg, together with Astrid Myntekær, Chiara Bugatti and Cooking Sections (Daniel Fernández Pascual & Alon Schwabe).
June: Graduated from Malmö Art Academy. Awarded grant by the Edstrandska Foundation. Grant exhibition to open in October, 2016.
May 20th: Artist talk at Photo Romania Festival in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
May 12th-22nd: Annual Exhibition at Malmö Art Academy.
April 29th-22nd: Grant Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm.
April 23rd-August 28th: Group exhibition Screens and Mirrors at Borås Konstmuseum. Participating artists: Julia Peirone, Katarina Elvén, Lina Selander, Beata Fransson, Anna Linderstam, Stina Östberg and Annika Larsson. Curated by Karolina Pahlén.
March 4th: Artist talk at KHM Gallery.
February 19th-March 5th: Peculiar Motions at Dusk, MFA Degree Exhibition at KHM Gallery, Malmö Art Academy.
January 28th-February 28th: Group exhibition LA CAMERA: Sulla materialità della fotografia / On the Materiality of Photography at Palazzo De’ Toschi, Bologna. Other participating artists include: Dove Allouche, Paul Caffell, Attila Csörgö, Linda Fregni Nagler, Paolo Gioli, Raphael Hefti, Marie Lund, Ives Maes, Justin Matherly, Lisa Oppenheim, Anna Lena Radlmeier, Evariste Richer, Fabio Sandri, Simon Starling, Luca Trevisani and Carlos Vela-Prado. Curated by Simone Menegoi.