POMPEI Exhibition at MOMU

I worked with this exhibition in three different ways; I was responsible for, and designed the exhibition to make it accessible and interesting for children, I made a huge map to show the expansion of the Roman empire and illustrate how their resources were distributed and finally made the exhibition come alive in the museum. […]

The Condition of a poster

These infographic posters explain how things are changing, transforming and format-ting. The viewer can interact and therefore influence the transformation. This gives a deeper understanding of the content. The movements come from the objects that they represent. A butterfly, meat grinder and an electrical outlet. This aspect of inter- action with the posters leads to […]

Children’s alphabetical colouring book

learning through play Children’s alphabetical colouring book a playful universe of monsters Everybody must learn the alphabet and most children struggle with the process. This book helps children open their imagination with strange words and mystical beasts that resemble the words they describe. Learning how to write has, in this age (4-6 years old), more […]

Redesign of the UNESCO Collection

TRANSITIONAL RITUALS In collaboration with Moesgaard Museum and their existing ethnographic teaching department, I have developed a new material and way of structuring the ethnographic collections. This material focuses on rites of passage and builds a bridge between the Danish confirmation and the Ghanaian Dipo tradition. All this is done based on a basic idea […]