Stockholm-based artist Emily Roysdon (b. 1977) will be in dialogue with Camden Arts Centre’s programme over the coming year as she develops a new body of research. Engaging in queer history, politics of the body and social space, her practice materialises in many forms, including performance, photographic installation, print making, text, video, curating and collaborations.

Sharing interests and points of departure with many of the artists involved in the upcoming programme, Roysdon will provoke new discussions and initiate collaborations. Working from the Artists’ Studio as well as remotely, her research will unfold through events, publishing and online.

Emily Roysdon (1977) is an artist and writer. Her working method is interdisciplinary and recent projects take the form of performance, photographic installations, print making, text, video, curating and collaborating. She is editor and co-founder of the queer feminist journal and artist collective, LTTR. Her many collaborations include lyric writing for The Knife, and JD Samson & MEN; costume design for choreographers Levi Gonzalez, Vanessa Anspaugh and Faye Driscoll; and performance in Boris Charmatz's Expo Zero. Recent solo projects include new commissions from Tate Modern, London; Secession, Vienna; Kunsthalle Lissabon; PARTICIPANT, INC, NY; If I Can't Dance and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Visual Art Center, Austin; and The Kitchen, NY.