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We Turn 2030 (2020)

A project started by Celeste Elizabeth Arnold to "stand up for the Earth". Together we interview industry leaders working directly with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and communicate their actionable strategies to wider audiences.
homemaking in a jar

homemaking in a jar (2018)

In Spring 2018, I worked on a multispecies installation for The Greener Side of Grass exhibition, organized by the Centre for Environmental Humanities (CEH) at Aarhus University, in Aarhus, Denmark. I called it “Here and there / homemaking in a jar” (a video-plant installation), as it used audiovisual methods and plant-life to Read more…

Healing Horses (2016)

Summary On the margins of modern medicine, horses are being used in psychotherapy. Inspired by three months of anthropological fieldwork, the film takes a closer look at one such place in the Pacific Northwest, called ”Animals as Natural Therapy”. Through the stories of three women, interwoven with audio-visual vignettes of Read more…

fieldships (2015)

While on fieldwork with Animals as Natural Therapy, and armed with a camera, I developed an obsession with documenting every aspect of the field (including the sound of rain on the metal barn roof). This led to what I call fieldships: audio-visual snippets from the field that linger on the edges of memory, Read more…

Parenthood (2017)

Summary Part of my work with the Everyday Project involved collaborating on the Blood, Sweat & Shitty Diapers focus (Danish: Blod, Sved & Lortebleer), created by Maja Bugge. The overarching goal of this video-project was to shed light on the more difficult aspects of birth that are often ignored in mainstream media Read more…

jetables (black&white) (2015)

As part of my collection of ethnographic data, 2 disposable cameras were shared with the youth participants and the volunteers at Animals as Natural Therapy. The guidelines were minimal (take photos of whatever you like around the farm) and the idea came from a methodology class on photo elicitation. The plan Read more…

jetables (colour) (2015)

As part of my collection of ethnographic data, 2 disposable cameras were shared with the youth participants and the volunteers at Animals as Natural Therapy. The guidelines were minimal (take photos of whatever you like around the farm) and the idea came from a methodology class on photo elicitation. The plan Read more…
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heima (an introduction) (2016)

My long-standing fascination for Iceland began with a teenage stumble upon: Followed by a one-month long trip in june 2011, ostentatiously for research for my BA thesis, hitchhiking and woof-ing around the island, searching for the huldufólk behind every nook & cranny. & Bringing us to my second trip, 3 Read more…