WHAT’S
COOKING


Boiler creates tools and spaces for learning, collaboration and art with a focus on environmental and societal change.




ART AS CARE


Art As Care is a knowledge hub exploring artistic practices as care. 18th of January we host a
conversation on this. You are welcome to join
via zoom: 
Meeting ID: 713 1607 2608
Password: 175868

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Art as Care is a collaboration between Boiler, Project Art Center in Dublin and others.

FOODOLOGY


Foodology is an experience for collaborative learning and reflection in a playful way.

Interested to learn what Foodology can do for you and your organisation? Boiler hosts an open Foodology-picknick the 15th of April. Contact us for more information. 


TRACES OF SKETCHING


Traces of sketching is en exploratory project on the value of the incomplete in design-processes. The project is done in collaboration with Malmö University, University of Lund and Skissernas Museum/Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art. There will be a public event at the museum on the 6th of May.


LABORATORY OF DISORDER


Laboratory of Disorder is a research-platform in the making on complexity, resistance and conflict.

























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WHAT
WE DO







︎Support groups in learning, trust and collaborative practices

︎Teach facilitation, dialogue and involvement across disciplines and experiences

︎Create and moderate experiences, conferences and meetings

︎Support organizations in developing a more inclusive and creative way of working

︎Support individuals and groups in navigating complex challenges







WHO
WE ARE







Boiler collaborates in a network of facilitator, artists, designers, and writers in the intersection of science and societal change

We work with storytelling, performativity and play.


Some of our clients 2021

︎Svenska Bostäder

︎Bohusläns Museum

︎Voksenåsen

︎ Förnyelselabbet/SVID


Pernilla Glaser is a facilitator and lecturer who has worked both with public and private sector. She has extensive experience in coaching change and collaborative processes with particular skill in interdisciplinary contexts. Her main focus has been innovative learning-environments and the intersection between artistic practice and urban development. She has worked with numerous research-platforms and curated processes for collaboration between research and art, civil society and various societal institutions.

Pernilla is also writer who has published a number of novels. Her book on collaborative practice “Translating Difference – making community through play” can be bought from Boiler. Pernilla is a regular guest-teacher at various design and art-schools.

“Your course is a great place to breath”
Student at the Academy of Dance and Circus


ILLUSTRATION:  JOHAN BROSOW

Timothy Morton, Philosopher and author of among others HyperObjects and Being Ecological



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︎ pernilla@boiler.one
︎ emelie@boiler.one

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