We're Never Gonna Be
As Young As We Are Tonight
Is a coming-of-age story based on the Odyssey from Greek mythology, narrated as a 10-piece cinematic storyboard. The paintings are set in different metropolises in the world: Los Angeles, Berlin, London, New York, Venice, Istanbul, Paris and Oslo.
The story is narrated through a female chorus who comment on the protagonist, Mnemosyne’s, actions. The works and concept was created in Los Angeles, California, over three years, from 2011 - 2014
The paintings explore what is beautiful, enigmatic, erotic and spiritual while simultaneously drawing attention to the artistic ideals of the past. The paintings’s iconography is inspired by the classical masters of art as well as commercial photography, and staged narratively, mise-en-scène.
Bygone notions of elegance and sophistication is made new in a series of works inspired by vintage fashion and movies.
Pastel, a time-honored medium, is a most tactile and fragile technique; a method of dust, achingly temporal in it’s reach for the sensual.
"The Lolita Story" application was first presented at the Nordic conference "AppWorks 02" in May 2011, under the auspices of mobil.no. The app was based on Vladimir Nabokov's classic novel "Lolita" and consists of fifty iPad drawings inspired by Nabokov's novel. The drawings were made with the iPad application Sketchbook Pro, and interpret this classic for a new era, and through a new medium.
Tarot cards for the American Contemporary Ballet in Los Angeles. The Nutcracker suite 2017 and 2018
Postcards for the American Contemporary Ballet, season 2019
Vignettes and a painting for the visual profile of “Rest”, fine dining restaurant focusing on foodwaste. Oslo, Norway 2019