The (Non)human (Non)sense Collective create near-future fictions that lie somewhere between utopia and dystopia, allowing complex entanglements to remain complex. The intention of such speculative realities is to open the public imaginary to enable world-making of futures that currently seem impossible. The collective aims to redirect focus to the underlying ethical issues, to challenge the power structures that enable and aggravate the current destruction of the (non)human world, allowing other entities to exist.

Leo Fidjeland
Linnea Våglund

@nonhuman_nonsense

hello@nonhuman-nonsense.com
+46 73 590 29 83

WORK

PINK CHICKEN PROJECT - https://pinkchickenproject.com/

HUMAN BEEINGS

Consisting of Leo Fidjeland & Linnea Våglund, the collective has it’s background in design, engineering, craft and science. Previously exhibited at the the United Nations Convention on Biodiversity (SBSTTA 22, 2018), BioDesign: From Inspiration to Integration at RISD (2018), Embassy of Food at the Dutch Design Week (2017) and the Stockholm Bio-hackspace supported by the Interactive Institute Swedish ICT (2016). Their work has been featured in media such as VICE Motherboard, Next Nature Network, Makery, Dezeen. They have been invited speakers at the Future Architecture Platform at the Museum of architecture and design, Ljubljana (2016), selected as part of the ARTS-Project at the Resilience Center in Stockholm and the Moving Art Project among others.

They are previous members of the Stockholm iGEM team (2016), graduates from MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London (2018), BA Industrial Design at Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design (2015), with an exchange at Parsons, The New School for Design (2015).  BSc Engineering Physics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (2012). They are recipients of the The Michael Treschow Scholarship (2016), Ulla Fröberg–Cramer’s scholarship (2016), and the iGEM Gold Medal (2016).

They are both born in Stockholm, Sweden and currently based in London, UK.