Yesterday I danced Rosemary Lee’s Threaded Fine. I’m still holding the threads inside my body and feel deeply affected by the experience. I’m also scared that it will all fade away too quickly and that I will forget. Which is partly why I am writing about it. From the moment I heard about Malta forming…
Hello, my name is Greta.
Life tends to be a very curious experiment that I sometimes figure out how to conduct. I love to take notes along the way and enjoy sharing as well as finding applications for the findings.
I have worked as a facilitator, freelance writer, marketing consultant and manager, magazine writer and sub-editor, researcher, teacher, entrepreneur, curator and animator, all of which have fed and informed my current work. Thanks to my generalist background and interests, I tend to connect both people and viewpoints, borrow methodologies and translate concepts across disciplines and audiences.
In the past few years I’ve become fascinated by the potential for artistic practice to be a connecting force and a playful way to explore better ways of doing things. This can be part of a more holistic view of life, one that takes complex interrelationships into consideration when designing processes and things.
I work with artists, communities and organisations, helping them to formulate the messages they want to get across and communicate them in an understandable and relatable manner. I also assist individuals and groups to think through and discuss issues that matter to them.
My methods include facilitation and hosting of conversations, consultancy, coaching, research and writing. I am an Art of Hosting practitioner and a member of transdisciplinary network FoAM.