This month sees the premiere of an audiowalk production that’s the final piece of the repertoire programme I helped to create during my time at Riksteatern. As part of the production, I wrote and recorded a reflection on the future.
An unfinished list of the roles that art can sometimes play. This comes from the work I did with Riksteatern in 2015-16.
An essay written for the programme for the Orange Tree Theatre production of Joe White’s Mayfly.
A fresh outing this week for our play about what it’s like when the Anthropocene is your day job.
When the regular mechanisms of political narration break down, there is a need for something stranger: liminal writing for liminal times.
A play commissioned by the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm about what it’s like when the Anthropocene is your day job. Co-written with Anders Duus, Nina Tersmann & Jesper Weithz.
I’ve co-written a play for the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm about what it’s like when the Anthropocene is your day-job.
A report from a session with the artist Monique Besten, midway through the Dark Mountain Workshop project at Riksteatern.
What does art do when the world is on fire? In the autumn of 2015, I brought together a group of fourteen artists from within and beyond the performing arts. The Dark Mountain Workshop was part of my role as leader of audience and artistic development at Riksteatern, Sweden’s touring national theatre. We met for…
In the fifth issue of Crossed Lines, I introduced my new role as leader of artistic and audience development at Riksteatern, Sweden’s touring national theatre.