Modus Operandi


“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.


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10th September 2010