2022 (coming up) Undoing Art Research from a Sonico-Feminist Perspective – A PLAY, research presentation, Alliances and Communalities research conference. In collaboration with Åsa Stjerna, Jenny Gräf Sheppard, Ania Mauruschat and Salomé Voegelin.
2022 Bodies as ears – speculations on acoustosomatics presentation of project at Stockholm University of the Arts (SKH) research week.
2022 (present) Bodies as ears – speculations on acoustosomatics - research project of choreography, film and media, in collaboration with Martin Sonderkamp, Ulrika Berg and Jennifer Lacey. Funded research by Stockholm University of the Arts (SKH).
2022 Fragmenturgy Action Tool (FACT) participatory performance as part of Walking Art Conference, Österbybruk, hosted by Konstfrämjandet, Uppland. Curated by Johanna Hästö.
2022 Fragmenturgy Action Tool (FACT) presenting at the World Academic Forum (WAF) in Stockholm in collaboration with Navet Research Center.
2022 IMAGINEERING FRAGMEDIALITIES - Field recording and mapping practices as rituals for listening, exploring and re-imagining space, research seminar at The Royal College of Technology, Stockholm, curated by Roberto Bresin.
2021 Fragmenturgy Action Tool (FACT) public presentation according to the release of VIS#5 Sites, Events and Encounters with Sound. Curated by Rebecka Hilton.
2021 (April–September) FACT, Fragmenturgy Action Tool stage one, case study at Uppsala College of Higher Learning in collaboration with participating students, Christina Hillheim and Aron Stenlid. Assisted by Ali Quraishi.
2021 Fragmenturgy Action Tool (FACT) presenting at the Arts & Future panel, NEEDS, Östersund.
2020 Sunesson/Persson – audiovisual live installation – The Return of the Silurians - an improvisation between a sound practice and an animation practice by Jenny Sunesson and Lina Persson at SKH Research Week.
2020 Sunesson/Persson – live audiovisual installation – The Return of the Silurians, Köttinspektionen, Uppsala.
2020–2022 (present) FACT – stage one. Artistic research project funded by Stockholm University of the Arts.
2020 FACT – stage one. Presentation at Folk & Kultur, Eskilstuna.
2019 "Imagineering Fragmedialities" open lecture held within the framework of the freestanding course Sound as Critical practice at Stockholm University of the Arts Sept. 24, 2019.
2019 The Lost and Found Project: Imagineering fragmedialities, published in VIS Nordic Journal of Artistic Research.
2019 Art & Research talks and panels at Tempo Documentary festival, Stockholm on the topic of Heritage; I: Changing the way we work – re-thinking structures for sustainable filmmaking, II: Documentary reconstructed – possibilities and methods. With Mia Engberg, Ester-Martin Bergsmark, Carl Javér, Mirko Lempert, Shamarke Binyusu, Lina Persson and Bengt Bok.
2019 Participatory sound performance and artist talk at Framtidsfabriken, Örbyhus as part of the research project The Lost and Found Project: Imagineering Fragmedialities. Hosted by Konstfrämjandet, Region Uppland and Framtidsfabriken
2019 Sonic practice as a socio-cultural tool, Artist talk at Tierps bibliotek.
2018 The Lost and Found project (LOF) collaborating within the sound collective NO_SPACE consisting of LOF, Isabelle Gustafsson-Ny, Olle Talling, Jeanette Järvenpää, Deniz Soyarslan, live in a derelict house in Prästmon, July 2018.
2018 My Örbyhus – sonic mapping collaboration project including pupils at Örbyhus local school and their teacher Lena Öman. Part of the research project The Lost and Found Project: Imagineering Fragmedialities
2017 JAN 20 The lost and found project: HOME. Live performance at the Research week, Stockholm University of the Arts.
2017 The Lost and Found project (LOF): HOME “The Urban Norm”. Live performance and panel at Tempo Documentary festival, with Clara Bodén and Cicely Irvine, Stockholm, Sweden.
2017 The Lost and Found project (LOF) presents at “Can art save the world” research seminar. With Mara Lee, Mia Engberg, Per Platou, curated by professor Ellen Roed at Stockholm University of the Arts, Stockholm, Sweden.
2017 The Lost and Found project (LOF) final research seminar & outdoor live concert at “the poshest address in Stockholm” – at the Research department of Stockholm University of the Arts, Linnégatan 87, Stockholm, Sweden.
2016 The Lost and Found Project: HOME performing excerpt of research at Köttinspektionen, Uppsala.
2016–2019 The Lost and Found Project. Artistic research project funded by Stockholm University of the Arts.
2015–2016 Assistant supervisor, Janna Holmstedt, PhD student, Umeå Academy of Fine Arts.