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The Lamp – a designer’s rights

This lamp has become somewhat of a hallmark for Malmö, and it's been around for more than 10 years now. Over the years the lamp's been placed around the city and it has gotten attention from many citizens and tourists, also through articles, folders printed by the City of Malmö and it even got to travel to an international fair! The only name mentioned in conjunction with this lamp is the light designer Johan Moritz of Malmö Stad. A person who was not at all involved in the ideation, desig



  Fictioning workshop, with Ola Ståhl and Sara Hyltén-Cavallius. Exploring notions of collaborative fictioning, sounds recorded in Kirseberg are turned into interwoven sketches and fragments of narrative. The result will be turned into an unique publication exhibited in the gallery. Main workshop day is Saturday December 3rd, 13-17.30, please sign up by emailing The workshop is followed by optional after work at Mässingshornet. Optional: Friday December 2nd,


Petra Lilja Design Gallery fall program

The seminar series Design Research in the Gallery will explore this, materially, verbally and in action during 2016. The invited design researchers will do talks, workshops, installations or activist-events open to the public. By facilitating these meetings the aim is knowledge making and creative exchange between the participants / visitors. Going into the second part of the seminar series Design Research in the Gallery, it can be confirmed that the aim of knowledge-making and creative excha


Three exhibitions in Finland

Petra Lilja is taking part in three different exhibitions in Finland during the summer of 2016. Objects of Desire at Design Museo, Helsinki, is showing a selection of limited edition and unique pieces from international designers working conceptually. Galleri Lokal, Helsinki is showing a satellite version of the Kasvu / Tillväxt / Growth exhibition at Onoma, Fiskars Village. Work from the whole collection of 1+1+1 objects are displayed. 1+1+1 is a collaboration between Petra Lilja (SE), Aalt


Iaspis grant for international exchange ̵

Petra Lilja got a grant from Iaspis, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee's international programme for Visual and Applied Artists! The grant allows for her to travel to Finland where she is part of three different exhibitions during the summer of 2016: Objects of Desre at Design Museo, Helsinki Galleri Lokal, Helsinki Kasvu / Tillväxt / Growthat Onoma, Fiskars Village THANK YOU IASPIS!