Modus Operandi

  • Installation



“Convergence point”, installation at Kvarnen Gallery, Söderhamn 2011.

“Modus Operandi – studies of forensic narratives” is a research project I conducted at Konstfack University College of Art, Craft and Design in Stockholm 2010-2011. The project builds on a collaboration with the Swedish police/ technical division of Gävle and aimed to explore ways of sharing knowledge between the artistic and the forensic practice.

The work contains two artistic representations; An installation called ”Convergence point”, exhibited at Kvarnen Gallery in Söderhamn 2011, and “I See” a series of 21 digitally processed photographs shown in the exhibition “Seven Sleepers” by Tegen 2 Gallery, Supermarket Art Fair, Stockholm, 2015.

Articles on the project 

Poellinger Clemens, “Snabbspolning genom konsten”, review in SVD, 2015-04-17.

Ihmels Yvonne, “Gamla kompisar och nya vänner”, review in CORA, 2015-04-17.

Blomkvist, Olle, ”Artwork will help the police solve crimes”, interview in New technology (Ny teknik)2011 nr. 43.

Ihmels, Yvonne, ”Mixed Art Mixed Races”, interview in Kulturtidskriften Cora, 2011 nr. 25.

Wikström, Sanna & Ronge, Johan, “In the line of fire in Söderhamn”, review in Gefle Dagblad, 2011-09-03

Hedquist, Christina, ”Collaboration between artists and the police”, interview in Hela hälsingland, 2011-08-20.

Hedqvist, Christina, ”Arts that combines”, interview in Hälsinge Kuriren, 2010-11-01.

Brunzell, Agneta, ”Mixed themes on Kvarnen Gallery”, interview in Hälsinge Kuriren, 2010-10-30.

Convergence point, 

Installation at Kvarnen Gallery, Söderhamn August 2011.

Material: Cotton thread and uv light.