is a visual artist, and sometimes costume designer. She holds a BFA from Malmö Art Academy and International Academy of Art Palestine (2014) and an MFA from the Piet Zwart Institute (2017). She is currently concerned about the politics of trust, and the power in vulnerability. Her writing draw from a practice of informal feminism, social intimacy and casual conversations. Her artistic persona often appears as a queer instigator, tailor and storyteller. In her collaborative practice Falkeling think through emotional adaption in relation to the social. She works in the mediums of performance, textile, costume, video, text, sculpture, and installations-as-stage-sets. It is a seasonal thinking practice concerned about the economical and ecological aspects of artistic production (in the scale of the domestic) from an intersectional point of view. Falkelings work has recently been seen and performed at Cripta 747 in Torino, CAC Brétigny in Paris, and In Watermelon Sugar at Poppostions Off-Fair in Brussels, and as part of History will be kind to me, for I intend to perform it at PALS & Fylkingen in Stockholm.