Malin Arnell CURRICULUM VITÆ.pdf
Currently lives and works somewhere in between Brooklyn, Berlin and Stockholm.

Education

fall 2012-spring 2014, visiting scholar at the Department of Performance Studies / Tisch School of the Arts, New York University
2010-2015 PhD student in Choreography, University of Dance and Circus, Stockholm
2009-2010 Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, ISP, New York.
2001-2003 MFA, Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, the Department of Art, Stockholm.
1998-1999 Gender Studies, University of Stockholm, Centre of Gender Studies.
1993-1996 BA, Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, the Department of Art, Stockholm.
1990-1993 BA, Fashion, Beckmans College of Design, Stockholm.

Projects/Collaborations

2012-2014 The Oncoming Corner, a series of monthly gatherings that will take place in my apartment. It’s a space for sharing our makings, for communising, for socialising, and for us to think together about what these terms can mean and how we can make use of their potential.

2010-2011 I want a president... is a collective reading project, initiated in connection with the Swedish election in 2010, by Malin Arnell, Kajsa Dahlberg, Johanna Gustavsson and Fia-Stina Sandlund in collaboration with Zoe Leonard.

2009-2010 Co-founder and organizer of a series of feminist gatherings called Nobody Puts Baby In a Corner, ISP, New York.

2005- Co-founder of and trustee in YES! Association/Föreningen JA!. YES! Association/Föreningen JA! is a separatist association for artworkers whose practises and activities are informed by feminism with an intersectional perspective.

2008 A Document, On All Fours, Prolonging A Problem, together with Emma Hedditch, IASPIS, Stockholm.

2002-2007 Worked with Line S. Karlström (S/DK), Karianne Stensland (N), Anna Linder (S) in the feminist performance and artist group High Heel Sisters.

2004-2005 Solanas’ Sisters, a collaborative project with author Sara Stridsberg (S) that takes as a starting point the life of American feminist Valerie Jean Solanas (1936-1988).

Exhibitions and performance

2013
I am not quite sure. This is an arduous terrain, Action, Descartes’ Daughter, Group exhibition, Swiss Institute Contemporary Art, NYC.
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, We Will Open a New Front – lecture by Lee H. Jones #3, FORRÅDT/BETRAYED, the day of the Norwegian parliamentary election, BIKS/Fensal, Bergen
The Beginning Is Always Today. Feminist Art in Scandinavia 1990s to today, Work by High Heel Sisters and YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, SKMU Sørlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand, Norway.
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, Zyklische Gesellschaftsreise, part of NGBK working group WIR SPIELEN (WE PLAY) project with the same name, NGBK, Berlin
Discours mou et mat - REHEARSAL AFTER - Reflect Soft Matte Discourse, a praxis session/performance lecture, Nitery theater, PSi19: Now Then: Performance and Temporality!, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
re.act.feminism #2 - a performing archive, Work by High Heel Sisters and documentation of the actions No Title. Too Many Questions #2 and #3, Akademie der Künste, Berlin.
Sometimes, Sometimes, Sometimes, text/sound installation in collaboration with: Johanna Rosenqvist/KOEFF, festival:display, curated by Koreografiska Konstitutet, Weld, Stockholm.
Walking to the mic, the other falling off her chair, performance with MPA, Dancing with the Art World, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
5 min presentation within the day-long event Show and Tell on the last day of The Artist’s Institute season with Haim Steinbach, The Artist’s Institute, New York.
Reader at The End(s) of the Library continues with p???§§???, a series of inquiries by Julieta Aranda, Fia Backström, and R. Lyon at Goethe-Institut New York Library, New York.

2012
Possession Principle, Flames of Protection, Enduring Sometimes Warring, curated by Ulrika Gomm and Clara López, INCA Institute, Detroit.
Poetry parade for a Permanent Collection by A.K. Burns + Katherine Hubbard for Pop Rally at Museum of Modern Art, New York
GIVE ME A BODY, THEN, installation/text/video, under#3 at Pannrummet/The Boiler Room, Konsthall C, Stockholm
Reflect Soft Matte Discourse (2011), video documentation and texts, Arcane of Patterns. Inceptive of Rythm, and Order and Summon, group exhibition at Mindpirates Projektraum, Berlin
One drawing/collage in Herstory Inventory. 105 Feminist Drawings by 100 Artists, by Ulrike Müller in the Raw/Cooked series at Brooklyn Museum, New York.
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, SMOKING AREA, Anti Establishment, curated by Johanna Burton, CCS Bard Galleries, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Something is Missing, performance, The Famous Fem(inists), Renseriet, Stockholm.
Documentation from the performances No Title. Too Many Questions #2 & #3 and High Heel Sisters performance Screaming Mountain and the video Scream , Re.Act. FEMINISM - A performance Archive, Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde, Denmark
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, Talk: I am talking about something happening right here, right now, Body of Work, a project developed by Lucie Fontaine in collaboration with Iaspis, IASPIS, Stockholm
Falling off, action, Unconstituted Praxis book launch by Mattin at Pannrummet/The Boiler Room, Konsthall C, Stockholm
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, Panel discussion BREAKING WITH HOMOGENEITY, at OPEN FORUM – Curated by Amanda Parmer, THE ARMORY SHOW, New York
Action/Collective reading: I want a president..., Fontaine des Innocents, Paris, France.
Rehearsal after Reflect Soft Matte Discourse, action (together with Clara López and Imri Sandström), EPISODE 2: A Special Form of Darkness, Tramway, Glasgow, G.B.
Action/Collective reading: I want a president..., Kolmen sepän aukio, Mannerheimintie 14, Helsinki, Finland

2011
Action/Collective reading: I want a president..., Plaza de Chueca, Madrid, Spain.
Rehearsal after Reflect Soft Matte Discourse, action (together with Clara López and Imri Sandström), FEMINISTS IN SPACE - International Feminist Performance Art Festival, November 9 - 13, Warehouse9, København, Danmark.
Walking to the mic, the other falling off her seat, performance together with MPA, IN THE ACT, Silvershed, New York
I find myself at the moment in a white void, waiting for the next moment, performance, FUNERAL CHARADE OF POSES: EIN ABEND MIT FREUNDINNEN UND BASSO, HAU1, Berlin
Untitled (Just Because Everything Is Different Does Not Mean Anything Has Changed) , performance, Disclosure – exhibition as discourse as disco, Dogz Star, Istanbul, Turkey.
Essaying Performative Constructions, exhibition and performance, September Gallery, Berlin
I want a president..., wall text and a collective reading at the Freedom square in Tallinn, Untold Stories, at Kunstihoone – Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia (curators Anders Härm, Airi Triisberg, Rebeka Põldsam).
Reflect Soft Matte Discourse, LIKA - a performance evening at KAMARADE, Stockholm
Coming to an end / Opening up for a new circle, choreographs a collective transformation of the MFK, Insisting to be part of this moment/movement (convinced of our greatness), Konsthall C, Stockholm
Jag befinner mig för ögonblicket i ett vitt tomrum och väntar på nästa ögonblick (I find myself at the moment in a white void, waiting for the next moment), IN THE ACT gives: LIKE YOU SAID - Borrowed words and stolen scenes, Högkvarteret, Stockholm.

2010
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, We Will Open a New Front – lecture by Lee H. Jones, SECOND WORLD CONGRESS OF FREE ARTISTS, Aarhus Kunstbygning, Aarhus, Denmark.
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, – Sublime, said the association, The Moderna Exhibition, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden.
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, We Will Open a New Front – lecture by Lee H. Jones, intervention, One-day seminar on feminist strategies and methods, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden.
Noise & Capitalism - Bruit et capitalisme /L’exposition comme concert - Exhibition as Concert, Centre d’art contemporain de Brétigny, Brétigny s/Orge, France, Septembre 1 - October 30, 2010.
Lie and Die, Group Show: THEMA FRAU, September, Berlin.
TO THIS END, IT IS NOT ENOUGH/, Part 2, video and installation, ISP Exhibition, Art in General, New York
NPBIAC Publication, ISP Exhibition, Art in General, New York
It Can Never Be Too Late, performance, Riptide - ISP Event, The Kitchen, New York
YES! Association/Föreningen JA! lead a teach-in at the symposium making ourselves visible:a day-long project in feminist spacemaking, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, New York.
What Makes The Engine Go? Desire, Desire Desire, NPBIAC, Holistic Healing Center, Scaramouche Gallery, Volta Art Fair, New York

2009
TO THIS END, IT IS NOT ENOUGH/,video and installation, SEPTEMBER, Berlin
The Voice of Your Hands, video and book, The New Omega Workshops, SEPTEMBER, Berlin
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, När helvetet frös över (When Hell Froze Over) – A Performance In 4 Parts, A Space on the Side of the Road, Röda Sten, Gothenburg, Sweden.

2008
I Didn’t Do It For Nothing, performance, Act Out, Èvora, Portugal
No Title. Too Many Questions #4, performance, 6808, Färgfabriken, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Stand Piece #11-#13, video, 6808, Färgfabriken, Stockholm.
No Title. Too Many Questions #3, performance, Frictions, Uppsala, Sweden.
Folkrörelsen genomför Folkrörelsen (People's Movement Perform People's Movement), performance in two parts together with nine former students at Wiks folk high school, Uppsala Stadsteater, Uppsala, Sweden.
I Didn’t Do It For Nothing, performance, Arte E Crime: Insubordinações, Recife, Brazil.
I’m Not There Yet - A Travel Journal, performance, Union Doc, New York.

2007
The Table, video screening, Kalendern, Gothenburg, Sweden.
A Better View, performance, Put the light out, erase the light, Studio44, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Stand Piece #11-#13, video, Put the light out, erase the light, Studio44, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, video screening, Arka Video festival, Sardinia, Italy.
High Heel Sisters, Screaming Mountain, installation/performance, Scream, video, gaze.space.desire, Den Frie, Copenhagen, Denmark. Curaterad by Sanne Kofod Olsen.
In search of lost art; Action, picnic and pirate screening of the video piece Between communication and Reality – Some Aspects of Equality, the YES! Association, in connection to Bra konst (Good Art), Vikingsbergs Konsthall, Helsingborg, Sweden.
YES! Association/Föreningen JA! participates in Art Feminism, Gothenburg’s konstmuseum, Gothenburg, Sweden.
High Heel Sisters, Stand Piece #11-#13, performance, Berlin, Germany.

2006
No title. Too Many Questions #2, performance, Lilith by Night, StockholmsTerrassen, Kulturhuset, Stockholm.
YES! Association/Föreningen JA! participates in the Art Feminism exhibition, Liljevalchs konsthall, Stockholm.
They call us Art Feminists, Panel debate/Performance, The YES! Association, StockholmsTerrassen, Kulturhuset, Stockholm.
Outdoors Or Inside Or Maybe You Can Do Both At the Same Time, performance with Line S. Karlström, Norrtälje konsthall, in conjunction with the exhibition Sweden16.
Fight, performance with artist Klara Liden, journal Bangs 8th of March event, Street, Stockholm.
Valerie Solanas Birthday, performance, Feminism 2006, Malmö, Sweden.
High Heel Sisters, The Last Straw, performance, The Human Factor, ARS06, Kiasma, Helsingfors, Finland. Curaterad by Roi Vaara.
High Heel Sisters, It Comes As No Surprise, Bastard Theatre Festival, Trondheim, Norge.
Fire (Flower, Kiss) Walk With Me, performance, with artist Line S. Karlström, Art Parade, Köpenhamn, Danmark.

2005
High Heel Sisters, Art Holes. High Heel Sisters, installation/video/performance. Trace; Installaction Artspace, Cardiff, UK.
High Heel Sisters, Stand Piece #10, performance, Cardiff, Wales.
Welcome to South State Florida Hospital, installation/performance, with writer Sara Stridsberg, KU-week, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm.
Press Conference/Performance – The Yes! Association, Art Feminism, Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg.
YES! Association/Föreningen JA! participates in the Art Feminism exhibition, Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden.
Roll Over All Over (Here you go wankers; a free feminist opening performance!), performance with artist Line S. Karlström, Art Feminism, Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden.
Welcome to South State Florida Hospital, installation, with writer Sara Stridsberg, monster, Konstmuseet/Länsmuseet i Gotland, Visby, Sweden.
No title. Too Many Questions #1, performance, Re-activate, StockholmsTerrassen, Kulturhuset, Stockholm.
We Suck You In and Out, performance, with artist Line S. Karlström, Nu & Då, seminar arranged by Sveriges Konstföreningar (The Federation of Swedish Art Clubs), Värmlands Museum, Karlstad, Sweden.
The K-Junta visits Culture, the King and the Art, during Tour Grandia, performance with artist Victoria Brännström, Stockholm.

2004
High Heel Sisters, High Art Franktione, installation/performance. Scandinavian Performance Event, Performance Art in NRW – 2004, Machinenhaus Essen – Produktionsort der Künste, Germany.
High Heel Sisters, Stand Piece #9, performance, Essen, Germany.
High Heel Sisters, Never too Much, performance (3 shows), Black Box - Kilen, Kulturhuset, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Stand Piece #8, performance, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Down Up and 400 meters Midnight Run in High Heeled, performance, La-Bàs_Space Contention Performance Symposium, Gallery August/Nifca, Helsingfors, Finland.
What can we do to contribute? An exhibition about the impossibility of not influencing (cancelled due to powerlessness), with artist Niklas Hansson, Gallery ETC, Stockholm.
Three performances with artist Line S. Karlström. ArtFOG, (Art Focused on Gender), Museum Anna Nordlander, Skellefteå, Sweden (catalogue).
All Dressed Up And Nowhere To Go, performance and a slide show, Victoria’s Secreet – postqueer/feminism, StockholmsTerrassen, Kulturhuset, Stockholm.
The founding of the K-Junta, performance with artist Victoria Brännström, Los Grandias Happening, Soc.Stockholm, Stockholm.
Part 2: Trying To Remember The Feeling... Playing (Balls) With My Self, a week’s around-the-clock performance for splintermind/nontvtvstation, Stockholm.
Part 1: Trying To Remember The Feeling... Playing (Balls) With My Self, performance, Art Fair, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Tree Piece, video, We Love YOUko – Hommageparty for Yoko Ono, StockholmsTerrassen, Kulturhuset, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Down Up and Mental Dry Cleaner, by Koeff (Johanna Rosenqvist), performance, SEKT, Stockholm.

2003
High Heel Sisters, High Heel Sisters Wank Off And Make Power, performance, Fylkingen 70 Years Anniversary Festival, Fylkingen New Music and Intermedia Art, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, A United Walk Across A Square and Peace Piece, performance, Sergel’s Square, in connection with the seminar The Artist As An Activist, Kulturhuset, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Never too Much, performance, Black Box, Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), London, UK.
High Heel Sisters, Never too Much, performance, Live Arts Festival, Hull, UK.
High Heel Sisters, Stand Piece #7, performance, London, UK.
Directions In White, text piece, invited by love&devotion to the White Cube, Opera house, Umeå, Sweden.
If You Have The Answer You Can Always Follow Me…, installation/performance, Vårutställningen (Spring Exhibition) Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm.
Do You See What I Mean Or Can This Be Enough To Change The World – A Retrospective Through Actions (1993-2003), performance/video/text/installation, Konstfack Gallery, Stockholm.

2002
High Heel Sisters, Art Holes. High Heel Sisters, installation/video/performance. Gallery Lars Bohman Projectroom, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Mix Master Piece, Peace Piece and Climbing Up Ladders Falling Down, performance, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Stand Piece #2-#6, performed at five different sites along the red tube line, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Three Pieces By High Heel Sisters At Blunk, installation/video, Gallery Blunk, Trondheim, Norway.
High Heel Sisters, Swim Piece, Shoe Piece, Tree Piece, Piece Piece, Cut Piece and Walk Piece, performance, Trondheim, Norway.
High Heel Sisters, Stand Piece #1, Trondheim, Norway.
Not Yet – Soon, performance with Tristram Booth (U.K.), Fylkingen New Music and Intermedia Art, Stockholm.
The Voice of Your Hands,a project in Ronneby council which finishes with a video installation in Massmanska kvarnen, Ronneby, Sweden.

2001
Community Spirit In A Large Forest Or Why Can I Never Stop Crying – A Sewing Circle In Progress, one of thirteen participants in the project To me you are beautiful at Trehörnahults gård, Småland, Sweden.
Alchemic Moments Or I Am Imagining A New Beginning, a video installation in three parts, VIDEOBAR, Salong Fylkingen, Fylkingen New Music and Intermedia Art, Stockholm.

1999
(A Warrior.) S h e Deamed To Be A Heroe, installation, Dykeye99 - queer & feminist video festival, Kägelbanan/Södra Teatern (Theatre South), Stockholm.

1998
(S)könhet broderi (Beauty Embroidery), an embroidery-kit, with artist Åsa Hylén, KONSTAUTOMATEN (the Art Automat), a project within K98, Stockholm.

1994
She Wanted Nothing More, installation, Gallery 3, Stockholm.

Screenings

2011
Sporing Lips of Transposed Desire, Community Action Center and Beyond - Two days of sociosexual affinity, Pannrummet [The Boiler Room), Konsthall C, Stockholm
High Heel Sisters Screaming Mountain, video documentation, Högkvarteret, Stockholm.

2010
High Heel Sisters, Scream, video, Queer Again? Power, Politics and Ethics, film program, curated by Karin Michalski, Berlin, Germany.
High Heel Sisters, Screaming Mountain, video documentation, Gestures - Performance and Sound Art at Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde, Denmark.

2009
High Heel Sisters, video screening, 13 Lessons in Performance Art, Top Kino, Vienna, Austria.

2007
High Heel Sisters, Scream, video screening, Nature Films, curated by Filmform, Cinemateket, Stockholm.
High Heel Sisters, Scream, video screening, Taking over, Museum Anna Nordlander, Skellefteå, Sweden.

2006
High Heel Sisters, Shoe Piece, Tree Piece, Swim Piece, Hit The North, video archive and tour, curated by Filmform, Stockholm.

2004
High Heel Sisters, Swim Piece, BLICK 2004, film program, Moderna Museet, Stockholm.

Commissions

2003-2006
Qub, art development project within BUP, the child and youth psychiatry in Stockholm County Council (catalogue).

Published writings and works

2010
Nobody Puts Baby In a Corner (NPBIAC), publication, self-published 2009-2010

2009
TO THIS END, IT IS NOT ENOUGH/, fanzine, self-published (September Gallery).
När helvetet frös över (When Hell Froze Over), YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, MANA # 4-5 2009
The Voice of Your Hands, book with DVD, self-published (September Gallery).
High Heel Sisters. 2002-2007, with texts by Sanne Kofod Olsen and Johanna Rosenqvist. Published by Big Human Productions & High Heel Sisters.

2008
Jag vill komma närmare er (I Want to Get Closer to You), Ful 4/2008, p. 21-24

2007
High Heel Sisters, Guest artists, Kom Ut magazine #1/07

2006
The Limits of Art, debate article by YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, OBS!, Swedish Radio P1, 30-11-06.
Hey, What’s up? Kisses, in Qub – artistic development bup, Stockholm County Council, 2006, ISBN: 91-631-8652-7, 978-91-631-8652-3
Parts of Communities, Glänta 1-2. 2006, p. 88-94
Kan jag säga: Här är Normaliteten!? (Can I say: Here is the Normality!?), Konstakuten 1995-2006, p. 57-59

2005
50% Is All We Want and Some More, article by YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, Arena 6/2005
A few days earlier. Before. December 1995, the journal Fabrik, 2-3, 2005
Questionnaire response, SHAME v. Art, Lyrikvännen 5/2005, p. 59-60
Guest curator in feminist culture journal bang 2/2005, p. 52-55

2004
Text in the journal Geist nr 6

2003
Ett fall av gränser (A Case of Limits), publication/artist book, self-published.

2002
Jag ser vad du säger (I See What You Are Saying) an ongoing work published in Lyrikvännen 1/02, p 34-41.

2001
Reportage En promenad med far En promenad med mor (A Walk With Father A Walk With Mother) published in Rfsl´s membership magazine Kom Ut

Curatorial practice

2011
Community Action Center and Beyond - Two days of sociosexual affinity, Pannrummet [The Boiler Room) at Konsthall C, Hökarängen, Stockholm

2008
The YES! Association organize the 2-day symposium Privilege Walk/Symposium – Feminist and intersectional aspects of contemporary art, at Lilith Performance Studio, Malmö, Sweden
Curator MAKE OUT! at Studio44, Stockholm.

2007
Curator Put the light out, erase a line, at Studio44, Stockholm.

2005
Guest curator in feminist culture journal bang 2/2005, p. 52-55

2001–2006
Ran, together with seven other artists, KONSTAKUTEN (The Art Emergency Room), an artist run gallery and forum for contemporary art in Stockholm.

1999-2000
Picture editor for the feminist culture journal Bang, nr. 1:2000 theme the Women’s Struggle and curator (with Josefin Herolf) to an exhibition with 17 artists on Kägelbanan/Södra Teatern (Theatre South), during the journal Bangs 8th of March event.

Press

- The Last Temptations of Socio-Romanticism, Sinziana Ravini, SITE, 28. 2009
- Temporary art leaves traces, Sofia Curman, Dagens Nyheter, 2009-03-19
- Freedom and Self-Instrumentalization, Frans Josef Petterson, FRAMEWORK, 7/June 2007
- Equal opportunities agreement – YES! please, Caroline Matsson, Stockholms Fria Tidning, 2006-06-23
- Uphill for committed, Lina Kalmteg, Svenska Dagbladet, 2006-06-19
- Say yes to equality!, Jessica Kempe, Dagens Nyheter, 2006-06-19
- Artist struggle in high heels, Sanna Björling, Dagens Nyheter, 2006-06-15
- Qub – artistic development bup, Stockholms läns landsting, 2006
- Kritik och konservatism - Samtidskonstens alternativa teater, article by Dan Jönsson, Hjärnstorm # 88-89
- Art feminism, Nina Lekander, Ordfront Magasin, January 2006
- Crafts as feminist strategy, Johanna Rosenqvist i "Den feminina textilen - Makt och mönster", Red. Birgitta Svensson och Louise Waldén, Nordiska museets förlag, 2005
- Strong women’s rebellion does not succeed in provoking, Therese Marklund, 2005-10-22
- Art: Lede fi, Boel Gerell, Expressen, 2005-10-21
- Sisterhood, Nina Lekander, Expressen, 2005-10-05
- To me she is beautiful, Sara Stridsberg, bang 1/2005, p. 29
- Knitting group calls for struggle, Bo Madestrand, Dagens Nyheter, 2004-12-06
- Why are you standing there? Move! Bo Borg, Konstperspektiv 4/04
- Artists in the service of society, Sonia Hedstrand, Dagens Nyheter, 2004-05-27
- Whiter than the palest of white, Patrik Back, Västerbottens Kuriren, 2003-06-06
- Summering, Viggo Cavling, På stan, Dagens Nyheter, March 2003
- Disturbing Sisters, Lena Sohl, Bang #4/2002
- What does sewing mean for women’s identity?, Sofia Bergström, Sydöstran, April 2002
- The invisible will be turned visible, Lina Söderström, Blekinge läns Tidning, 2002-09-21
- Sewing Cirkel at Trehörnahult, Gunilla Lundahl, Tidskriften Hemslöjden nr. 01/5
- The countryside seen with new eyes, Sonia Hedstrand, Dagens Nyheter, June 2001
- A turnaround in the middle of Småland’s pine forest, Gunilla Grahn Hinnfors, Göteborgs Posten, 2001-07-16
- Culture news, contribution by Nina Lekander, Swedish Radio, July 2001
- Naked boy causes new porn scandal, Jens B Nordström, Aftonbladet, 1998-07-13

Teaching/Lectures/Presentations

2013
Jour Fix - joint viewing of videos and films, chosen and presented by Malin Arnell, re.act.feminism #2 - a performing archive, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany.
Conversation with Katherine Brewer Ball, Litia Perta and Vanessa Anspaugh on Precarious Homes: A Conversation on Precarity and Performance, Movement Research Festival Spring 2013, Alternate / Shelter, Brooklyn, New York.
Panel Discussion, What is Choreography? Moderator: Johanna Burton, Panelists: Malin Arnell, Kelly Nipper, Tere O’Connor, Emily Roysdon, Dancing with the Art World, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
Presentation within the Higher Seminar at DOCH, University of Dance and Circus, Stockholm.
Presentation within The Ground Floor, in connection to the exhibition Parallel Practices: Joan Jonas & Gina Pane, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX
Paper presentation and panel discussion, Day 2: Art & Politics, The International Gender Design Network: Gender Design and Art Conference, Parsons The New School for Design, New York.

2012
Presentation Discours Mou et Mat 1975//Reflect Soft Matte Discourse 2011, PS: PRAXIS!, NYU's Department of Performance Studies/ Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, New York.
30 % research seminar of Malin Arnell, Dialogue partner: Wencke Fugelli Mühleisen, Professor, Department of Media, Culture and Social Sciences Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Stavanger, Weld, Stockholm
Improvisation – a 3 day workshop, DOCH, University of Dance and Circus, Stockholm
Performance Art/Body Art/Live Art/Action Art – a 8 week course, Circus department, DOCH, University of Dance and Circus, Stockholm.

2011
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, roundtable discussion, Institutions and their Feminist Discontents, at the The Feminist Art Project Special Sessions, College Art Association,Museum of Arts and Design, New York, organized by Johanna Burton and Julia Bryan-Wilson.

2010
YES! Association/Föreningen JA!, presentation/lecture, Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Let's talk about it once more - Art + Political activism, presentation/lecture, Tema Genus Higher Seminar Series, Tema Genus, Linköping University.
My Body Remains the Enduring Reality - Participation Out of Bounds, presentation/lecture, November 24, DOCH, University of Dance and Circus, Stockholm, Sweden.

2008
Not Cancelled Due to Rain. Interactions And Re-valuation Exercises In The Context Of Möllevångstorget, workshop, at Privilege Walk/Symposium – Feminist and intersectional aspects of contemporary art, at Lilith Performance Studio, Malmö, Sweden
Sticky Fingers- workshop (together with Pontus Lindvall) at the Department of Textile University, College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm.
Visiting lecturer, the Acting program, Wiks folk high school, Uppsala, Sweden.

2006
Supervisor at the postgraduate course in Applied Art, University College of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg, Sweden.

2004
Visiting lecturer, Gotland’s School of Fine Art, Visby, Sweden.

2004-
Presentations at, among others: the Department of Applied Art, University College of Crafts and Design, Gothenburg, Gotland’s School of Fine Art, Visby, Norrköping Art School, Norrköping, Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm.

Other

2012
Reviewer/Evaluator of research proposals (Programme for Art Research) of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) in Austria.

Costume/Set design

2003
Costume designer, the dance performance ”Eldstad”, choreography by Efva Lilja, E.L.D., c/o Moderna Museet, Sturegallerian, Stockholm.
Costume designer, the dance performance ”The outmost white”, by Efva Lilja for Dansens Hus, Stockholm.

2002
Costume designer/make up artist, the short film ”cum pane” by Anna Linder.

2001
Costume designer, the dance performance ”The Incredible You”, choreography by Efva Lilja, Dansens Hus, Stockholm.

2000
Costume designer, the dance performance ”In Trust”, choreography by Efva Lilja, Millesgården, Stockholm.

1999
Costume designer, the dance performance ”BYEN VISO”, a full evening by Efva Lilja for Dansens Hus, Stockholm.
Costume designer/set designer (with Anna Linder), ”LADY - My Doll”, by Dorte Olesen, for Art Movement – The Baltic Sea Contemporary Dance Festival 1999, Visby, Sweden.

1997
Costume designer, ”The Transparent”, choreography by Efva Lilja, E.L.D., Stockholm.

Stipends

2012
The Sweden-America Foundation, The Fellowship Program

2011
Nordic Culture Point, Mobility support
IASPIS (International Studio Program in Sweden), Support for exhibition abroad

2010
IASPIS (International Studio Program in Sweden), Support for work or study residence

2008
Konstnärsnämnden (The Swedish Arts Grants Committee). Two years working grant
IASPIS (International Studio Program in Sweden), Support for exhibition abroad
IASPIS (International Studio Program in Sweden), Support for collaborative works (YES! Association/Föreningen JA!)

2007
IASPIS (International Studio Program in Sweden), Support for exhibition abroad

2006
Sleipnir, Travel Grant Programme for Young Professional Artists in the Nordic Countries (HHS)
Danish Art Council, Production Support (HHS)
OCA (Office for Contemporary Arts in Norway), International Support (HHS)

2005
IASPIS (International Studio Program in Sweden), Support for exhibition Abroad (HHS)
OCA (Office for Contemporary Arts in Norway), International Support (HHS)
Längmannska Kulturfonden (HHS)

2004
KU-means, Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Solanas’ Sisters)
Konstnärsnämnden (The Swedish Arts Grants Committee), Costly work/projects

2003
Sleipnir, Travel Grant Programme for Young Professional Artists in the Nordic Countries (HHS)
IASPIS (International Studio Program in Sweden) Support for Exhibition Abroad (HHS)
The Norden Association; Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre, residency, Hanaholmen, Finland (HHS)
Helge Ax:son Johnsons Stiftelse (The Helge Ax:son Johnson Trust) – Study trip to Japan.
Academy for the Free Arts stipend, Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design
Rektorsstipendiet, Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design

2002
BUS (Association of Visual Artists Copyright) (HHS)
Iris Stipend, Women Can.
Längmanska Kulturfonden
Rektorsstipendiet, Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design.

1993
Helge Ax:son Johnsons Stiftelse