My name is Emma Arnold and I founded The Institute for Art and Environment (ARTENVI) in 2009 as a broad platform for my diverse projects, all of which touch on intersections of art and environment.
I am an artist and urban/cultural geographer, originally from Montréal, Canada and currently living in Oslo, Norway. I have a diverse academic background, on a spectrum from the natural sciences to the humanities. I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Sociology and Human Geography at the University of Oslo.
My arts practice includes illustration and painting, street/urban art, and photography. I am part of the SOMA art collective in Oslo.
For my current research project, please visit my website laxlab.org.
To read my personal and photographic essays on the city, please visit my website aestheticpractices.org.