( Interdisciplinary artist, with an interest in socialism, sci-fi, digital culture, space and the apocalypse )





Works / Projects


The Life and Death of the WWW

Generations are now growing up with the internet as something taken for granted. Earlier on, a digital reality had a clear outline, but nowadays it is blurred against our lived reality. It is possible to see the era of the World Wide Web as something that has already passed. We no longer use the Internet's basic decentralized and dispersed structure and digital architecture. Instead, it is centralized to social media and a few apps. It is possible to perform activism and protest against this by refusing social media and apps to return to www. But the effect is very small and almost non-existent: technical media is in control.

The Life and Death of the WWW is a artistic and exploratory looking back, as wellas looking forward, that departs from our relationship to a digital world and culture and use the internet as a mental and physical place for projections of dreams, fantasies, research, art and politics.The exhibition presents four artists who relate to and work with the relationship between humans and the digital world in different ways.

Exhibition concept:
Niklas Wallenborg.

Participating artists:
Kira Carpelan, Amanda Karlsson,Kristoffer Svenberg, Niklas Wallenborg.


Digital Love

Virtual Total Eclipse(of the heart)

Karl Marx Fashion

Low-Life, High-Tech

No Tears for Space!

The Life and Death of the WWW

Recreate the first Meal Eaten in Space

Dead Pixel

mail show

Sci-fi is for Real

going under underground

How to Explain Internet and the Age of Surveillance Capitalism to a Karl Marx bust.

Utopia Now

God in the Machine

Everlasting (neverending) Sunrise/Sunset

Outer Space as Public Space

The act of Foreseeing

Time will tear us apart and draw us together

The Endings

Utopia - Our own fantasy will be the Revolution.

Sci-fi a Family Dinner

The Word for World Is Forest