Line S. Karlström is a Swedish performer and visual artist based in Denmark and Berlin whose work is invested in art-as-life, identity politics and the production of space. Scrutinizing notions of normality and the gendered body, Karlström uses sculpture, performance, drawing techniques and curating in no particular order. She understands art as a mental and physical space in which narratives of values, culture and knowledge can be disturbed and renegotiated. Hence she puts strong emphasis on process, failure and the ephemeral. Located in a collective and social field Karlströms' work investigate how structures for common life – history, everyday actions, aesthetics and desire, are produced and mediated through pictures and actions. Her works suggest pictures, that disturb and divert prescribed and habitual meanings. Informed by feminist art and queerfeminist activism her practise has for the last decade been placed in a collaborative realm. Line S. Karlström is a founding member of the feminist performance group High Heel Sisters (2002-2007) and in 2005 co-founded The YES! Association (-2010).