Malin Kristine Graesse
- Design History
- Object Oriented Ontology
- Arts and Crafts
- Environmental Humanities
- Eco Philosophy
- Deep Ecology
- Post Humanism
- New Materialism
- Animals and Materiality
The research project will examine the history and development of design for non-human users in areas where human activity disrupts or interferes with the natural habitats of wild animals. More concretely it will examine how the evolution of design for wildlife corridors might be considered documents of a human attitude towards nature. It will do so by taking an interdisciplinary study of fish passes or fishways in sites where habitats have been disrupted by dams and hydroelectric power plants
MA in art history from the University of Oslo.
- Graesse, Malin Kristine (2016). Progressiv tradisjonalisme. Kunsthåndverk. ISSN 0333-1059. (2)
- Graesse, Malin Kristine (2019). Fishways in Design History.
- Graesse, Malin Kristine (2018). Structures in the Stream: The Design Culture of Multispecies Storytelling.
- Graesse, Malin Kristine (2018). Å lære om design fra fisk.
- Graesse, Malin Kristine (2016). History Lessons for our Common Futures: Learning from the Past in Deep Ecology and Social Design.