2009- 2011 ”Writing Excesses – The Role of Art in the Transitional Presence of Valerie Solanas” (Thesis)
2008 ”Silent Speech: Undine’s Maelstrom from Transgression to Collapse”
2008 ”The World is Somewhere Else: Art and the Historicizing of the Impossible”
2008 ”Positionings in Der Steppenwolf: Ethos, Paratopy and Stereotypes”
1997 One-semester Classical Culture, University of Tromsø
1998 Art History, undergarduate course, University of Tromsø
1999 Art History, intermediate module, University of Oslo
2000 General and Comparative Literature, foundation subject, University of Oslo
2001 Philosophy, foundation subject, University of Oslo
2001 Candidata Magisterii, achieved 2001, University of Oslo
2008- 2011 Masters Degree in Comparative Literature, University of Oslo
2011-12 Schemata Journal, editor.
2007 Literary Critics, University magazine Bøygen (University of Oslo)
2001 Culture Critics, Filologen (University of Oslo)
2000 Culture Critics, Environmental magazine: Miljø og Samfunn
2009 Antropological Article Series ”Lectures on Light”
2012 Presentation ACLA
2001-2004 Nursing assistant for elderly St Hanshaugen Omsorgsenter, Oslo
2000-2003 Nursing assistant for disabled Children, Akerboligen Omsorgsbolig, Oslo
2003-2004 Assistant for HIV-positives, Aksept Kontaktsenter, Oslo
2005 Training/working as a bike mechanic Bike City, Amsterdam
2006 Training/working as a bike mechanic Rustne Eike Sykkelverksted, Oslo
2006/2007: Nursing assistant for elderly and disabled Villa Enererhaugen
2008/2009 Assistant for autistic children, Olav Aukrustsvei, Oslo
2010 Teaching Assistant for an autistic boy, Møkster Skule, Møkster.
Food, philosophy, wine, laughing, discussing ideas, fresh breeze of nature, everything that is beautiful (in language, in a thought, in the world), language and its borders, learning a new language
The idea of how bodies relate to each other and to the materiality of the rest of the world (such as the things we are surrounded with in our daily lives: a couch,a glass etc.). The idea is that these things are not dead but affect us as much as we affect them, they are not separated from us but the human body exists in a fluid openness within a larger context. This idea is important, i think, when it comes to how we (especially in the western world) think of ourselves as isolated units. The consequence of this idea is highly destructive both to ourselves ( the feeling of loneliness for example), and to our surroundings: due to the separation between our own bodies and other bodies (human, the world, the animals, things etc) there is a lack of a feeling of responsibility when we act. Instead, if we conceived of ourselves as beings part of a larger unified field this lack would not be possible.
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