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Incredible life stories of Neurodivergent people sharing what it‘s like to live on different spectrums with many traits. Autistic, ADHD, Dyspraxic, Dyscalculic, Tourettes and OCD guests tell us about their childhoods, education, work and personal life - and how their mental health has been impacted by being wired differently.
 
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The art world is an ever evolving industry spurred on by technology & our desire to access artworks freely from the comfort of our own homes. Innovation continues to refine the industry & at the forefront of this are many artists driven platforms which increasingly eliminate the gallerist and connect the artists directly to the client online. Altam…
 
The NAA X Summer Exhibition is the first time that the Nordic Art Agency has collaborated with local artists from Malmö and the Greater Copenhagen region. Inspired by the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition held each year in London since 1796, an artist open call was held for a group exhibition in the Spring. In a new separate gallery location, dedicat…
 
We are thrilled that another guest joins us in-real-life in the gallery for this latest podcast conversation. British sculptor Hugh Chapman currently has a collection of six bronze and polished stainless steel sculptures in the gallery as part of the his Into the Light exhibition. Hugh Chapman's visit to Sweden coincides with a gallery event dedica…
 
This episode was recorded in the gallery a few hours before the launch of 'A True Story' a solo exhibition by British collage artist Jo Hummel. Gallery Founder Juliet and Co - Host Ebba Davidsson decided to seize the opportunity to document these visiting artist. This very impromptu discussion between Jo and British abstract painter Sara Dare captu…
 
On this episode Juliet is in conversation with Guest Artist Olivia Babel. Olivia is a French fiber artist who is based in Lyon and works exclusively with contemporary tapestries. We were initially drawn to her work and unique compositions which reflect origin, cartology and the environment and invited Olivia to exhibit in our current International …
 
Our sixth International Art Pop Up has opened in our fabulous new gallery location in the heart of Malmö. In this podcast, the first of Season 3, join Juliet in conversation with Ebba Davidsson, Art Consultant and Visual Assistant as they discuss the curation of the latest exhibition of international art, sculpture and tapestry, the creation of art…
 
Tahleel Javed is a specialist doctor within the field of psychiatry, and CEO of STAND - the Society for Tourette's, Autism and Neurodiversity. We talk about her autism and ADHD, the huge amount of work being done to support our neurodivergent community, and what it means to be human. Tahleel and I have walked a similar path and we share stories abo…
 
Melly Moore is a Podcaster and YouTuber from Quebec, Canada. In this episode she talks about her ADHD and anxiety journey and challenges in the workplace, and gives a special message for change. With difficult challenges throughout her life, Melly has chosen to help others within the Neurodivergent and Mental Health Community. We talk about how har…
 
Coming from a large Irish family, Eoin could see autism amongst his parents and siblings - in retrospect. Their neurodivergent life together was happy and supportive. A different story developed during the transition from school to college and he describes the big challenges of attempting to fit in, experiencing acute loneliness and living with dep…
 
In this episode, Luke Manton talks about his Tourette's and OCD journey. Luke is an Entrepreneur - and a total dynamo. He left home at 16 and found himself a job as an Event Manager soon after. University followed, and now Luke runs a successful Virtual Assistant agency. Luke also talks about his experiences on many platforms, inspiring children an…
 
Therapist Sarah Templeton had a horrible journey to get her ADHD diagnosis, and was finally diagnosed aged 51. She talks about her co-occurring severe dyspraxia and dyscalculia and challenging times (and successes) at school. Sarah worked extremely hard and through her determined efforts became an author, activist and advocate for the ADHD communit…
 
In this episode, Madge Woollard celebrates her autism and talks about her long career as a piano teacher, being in a great marriage with her wife Jo, and the cat cafe! Madge was very much supported by her teachers at school so she could follow her passion of music, which lead to her winning a scholarship to Cambridge University. But it hasn’t all b…
 
In this episode, Tigger Pritchard and David Grey-Hammond share the brilliant work they do as Ausomely autistic advocates and talk about equality, their personal lives and much, much more in an authentic and open conversation. I was delighted to meet Tigger and David. They can be found at the fabulous Aucademy with live events, podcasts (with some e…
 
Sara-Louise coached me on my journey to autism/ADHD assessment and diagnosis. It was some of the best therapy I've ever had. A powerhouse of ideas, determination and drive, Sara-Louise shares intimate personal stories about her life. Hang on to your seats as we talk about PureO, a dramatic form of OCD, sex and relationships as neurodivergents and d…
 
What a packed episode this proved to be with my fascinating guest Dr Liliya Wheatcraft. Liliya is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatry and tells us of her struggles with her diagnosis and coming to terms with her autism and ADHD. She shares her family life (with all members being neurodivergent) and how she fought to get accommodations for h…
 
For our final episode of season 2 we are looking to the future of the art world and are joined by the Co-Founder of Nfinitymark Kirsten Hinder. Kirsten Hinder's art-tech company is bridging the gap between analogue art and the digital crypto art space with an exciting technology that creates a digital signature for physical artwork, enabling it to …
 
Mabz Beet brings our first series to an end with an inspiring and fascinating episode. They talk about struggles at school, being different and feeling anxious about their visible autistic traits in the playground and not getting clarity in the classroom. As a transgender model with a large following on Instagram, Mabz shares their love for fashion…
 
I so enjoyed our talk. Sam is a vibrant and determined entrepreneur and has worked in a petrol station, for a big gas company and in the Police. She is also a well known Toastmaster. We talk about her role as an autistic interpreter and her struggles with anorexia athletica and getting out of a narcissistic relationship. Lots to listen to, inform, …
 
Though Chantelle has had many struggles in her life. what comes out from this honest and open episode is her constant desire to help others and to advocate both in education and the workplace. Through many difficult experiences at school, including neglect and being forgotten on a school trip, to her mental breakdown and feelings of loneliness, her…
 
This is the second episode in our two-part special Sculpture Series. On this podcast Juliet is in conversation with British bronze expert, restorer and conservator Lucy Branch. Lucy comes from a family of restorers and art historians and is incredibly passionate about bronze public statues, sculpture and historical architectural features. Her educa…
 
Miguel shares his journey as a mature student and his frustrations when, as an undiagnosed ADHD adult, he struggled with getting the vital support he needed while studying for his degree. We talk executive function, the pain of fibromyalgia, and coping with chronic stress in a world not accommodating to his obvious neurodivergence. Miguel tells me …
 
Samantha Grierson talks about her series of fabulous audio plays, meltdowns, puppy magic and family. Samantha has written a series of incredible plays - Crocodile, Mole, Henpire, Kitty and How to Drop a Piano - set across the ages and in different parts of the UK. Discover the wonderful well known actors she chose to star in them, and her own perso…
 
For anyone who wants to learn more about autism, Amy Richards shares her captivating journey from undiagnosed autistic high school teacher to becoming self employed and publishing 53 podcast episodes for our wonderful Autistic Community. From being the good, quiet girl at school Amy ended up using alcohol as a coping strategy through university. A …
 
Author of five books, Presenter, Consultant and CBeebies contributor, Paul Isaacs shares his remarkable story of overcoming many challenges in order to live his authentic and full life.Paul’s parents thought he was deaf, blind and disabled as a baby. He was non verbal until age 7 and was bullied relentlessly through his life. Yet despite having Vis…
 
Suzan Issa was born in Beirut, Lebanon. She is autistic, ADHD and has Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) which she explains how this condition impacts her on her day to day life. She is an Emotional Regulation Specialist and works with families, often in the home to help support family members who may have challenging behaviours to learn more help…
 
Sarah Boon is 26 and is autistic, ADHD and Dyslexic. She talks about her family, being bullied at school, her special interests and her favourite stims. Sarah is big on social media, Twitter being her go-to platform, and she is very much an advocate for Neurodivergence. She supports students at University and other meaningful charities and organisa…
 
Max Marnau talks about her life as an autistic person and about her family with links to the holocaust whichaffected her identity. She shares her views on Spectrum10K and why she believes it is deeply concerning for the Autistic Community. She also shares her love of music and her career as a Counsellor - how her specialism in being able to listen …
 
This is the first in a two part series on sculpture and sculpture conservation and restoration. We are introducing British emerging sculptor Hugh Chapman. This is a raw and honest introduction into the artist's journey of Hugh. His conceptual work is engaging and incredibly emotive. His sculptural forms are complex with elegant waxing modern patina…
 
On this podcast episode, Juliet introduces emerging British abstract artist Victoria Curling Eriksson. Landscapes dominate Victoria’s paintings and her compositions are minimal with multiple fine layers of oil which develop the depth of colour and emotive modus of her work. Her paintings relate to simple motifs with polychromatic tones, gently grad…
 
This Bonus Episode features news of some exciting gallery exhibitions happening in August-September in Malmö and London, featuring four international artists who have been guests on the podcast. Interior Souls is a new exhibition at the Nordic Art Agency gallery in Malmö and features nine new paintings of iconic interiors by architectural painter B…
 
This episode features Eric Grech as the voice of French figurative artist Frédéric Blaimont. It is the first time we have experimented with our podcast guest being represented as an actor and the whole experience was quite interesting! Frédéric Blaimont is an observer of the everyday characters who are found in the banalest of situations. Anonymous…
 
Our guest on this episode of the podcast is the Director of the Copenhagen Photo Festival 2021. We are currently facing a cultural battle as the global pandemic has left the consumption of art in galleries, museums and exhibitions in very uncharted waters. The Copenhagen Photo Festival, which was hosted between June 3th - June 13th, launched at a t…
 
A slight departure from the normal guests we invite on this episode of the podcast. Rather than an artist or an art influencer, we are in conversation with visual influencer Niki Brantmark, founder of the phenomenally successful award-winning blog MyScandinavianHome.com and best-selling author of three interior and lifestyle publications. MyScandin…
 
Tom Lohner's paintings are very much like the artist himself, bold, dynamic, entertaining and fearless. During a whirlwind art career over the last twenty years, Austrian pop surrealist artist Tom Lohner has achieved huge success as a painter, a creative brand, as a gallery owner, and most recently as a creator of the first NFTs to placed in a muse…
 
Spanish artist Bea Sarrias is obsessed with the architecture that surrounds her in her home city of Barcelona and the iconic international modernist and rationalist architects. Bea paints portraits of spaces and not buildings and the elements of composition, light and shade and perspective are essential to her painting practice in order to create t…
 
Exciting British abstract painter and installation artist Sara Dare is the guest on this episode of the podcast. Sara Dare typically works on a large-scale using paper, linen and canvas combined with a range of mediums, selected for their viscosity and finish, such as ink, oil, emulsion and acrylic. Her paintings seek an evocative experience or vis…
 
In this episode, we were delighted to be joined by Alexandra Fried and Alexandra Herlitz who, together, host the podcast Konsthistoriepodden a Swedish Art History podcast. Both are currently senior lecturers at Gothenburg University in the department of Cultural Science specialising in specific periods of Art History. The Konsthistorienpodden discu…
 
Marta Lafuente is a figurative painter based in Barcelona. She has developed a unique mixed media style and creates memorable and emotional paintings which touch on the everyday encounter and forgotten moments. In the podcast, she discusses her painting practice and dedication to her instinctive process, her work as a Professor of Drawing at the Un…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we join photographer Natalie Christensen in her Santa Fe studio. With over 51,000 Instagram followers Natalie Christensen's career has been one very much born online and driven by a thriving organic digital audience. Architecture is the main subject matter of her images as she is intrigued by line, form, structure an…
 
Our podcast guest is the delightful Modupeola Fadugba, a young multi-disciplinarian artist who draws from her vast global travels and academic background. Modupeola holds a Bachelors in Chemical Engineering from the University of Delaware, a Masters in Economics from the University of Delaware and a Masters in Education from Harvard University but …
 
Welcome to the wonderful (and slightly alternative) world of Danish photographer Lars Daniel. Lars Daniel is always joyfully reasserting and contradicting initial responses to his photography, and this conversation is no different. As a conceptual photographer, Lars Daniel sees the human form and the environment in which they exist in his images as…
 
British artist Christabel Blackburn won Sky Art's Portrait Artist of the Year earlier in 2020 with her minimal and stripped back contemporary portraiture style. Christabel's compositions typically include flat planes of colour, architectural aspects, simplistic interiors with limited details balancing of context, reduction and intimacy. In the podc…
 
Catherine Ludeau is a French abstract artist who works within a minimalist style in resin on canvas. Her career as a designer and artist has spanned over many decades and has evolved in recent years to a pure reduction of natural elements informed by the practice of Zen, repetition and instinctive emotional responses. Currently in her studio in Par…
 
In this episode of the Nordic Art Agency Podcast we are in conversation with Munich based abstract artist Frederic Paul. We signed Frederic Paul to the Nordic Art Agency Gallery in 2018 having connected with his whimsical, emotive paintings with tonal graduation and elements of layered three-dimensionality. Heavily influenced by his roots in Asia, …
 
In this episode, we are in conversation with the young British figurative artist Molly Brocklehurst who is based in South London. Molly graduated with a Masters in Fine Art from Wimbledon College of Arts in 2019 winning the Wimbledon Alumni Professional Award and was a finalist in the 2020 Signature Art Prize. She hit the British art scene in brill…
 
Simon Gudgeon is one of Britain’s leading contemporary sculptors, possibly best known for the striking three-meter-tall bronze sculpture Serenity which stands on the shores of the Serpentine lake in London’s Hyde Park. His career, in his words, has been "a series of very happy accidents", which has led to his monumental sculpture being featured in …
 
Chelsea Davine is a British abstract artist who, over her twenty-year career, has created a mixed media painting practise which is a pure reflection of nature, balance and light. She finds inspiration from the coast, the sea, the lines that criss-cross the landscape and mountainscapes. As an artist, she is passionate about the material she obsesses…
 
Pablo de Gortari is a flamboyant and gregarious figurative contemporary portrait painter from Mexico City. By mixing skills from illustration, animation and painting, his work combines the spontaneity of sketches with the delicacy of painting. Art for Pablo has always been a way to escape reality and his images and palettes are strongly influenced …
 
Episode 5 of the Nordic Art Agency podcast features gallery Co-Founder and art entrepreneur Mikael Eskilsson. Mikael, together with his partner Kalle, founded Galleri Lohme a fresh and innovative and contemporary gallery in Sweden. In our conversation, we cover the ever-evolving art industry, art and tech, the benefit of an online Art Academy, stri…
 
We are celebrating International Women's day and highlighting woman in art this month. This week we are in conversation with art influencer and art dealer Kathlene Fox-Davies. Kathlene is Co-founder and Director of Black Box Projects, a London based contemporary art gallery specialising in photography and process-based photographic works. She is a …
 
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