STUDIO

Jonas Dahlberg is the founding director of the studio OF PUBLIC INTEREST and a visiting Professor at the department of Architecture and Critical Studies at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm.

Jonas is known for his winning proposal for the 22 July Memorial sites in Norway as well as his ongoing series of video works that have become his fundamental research in how to analyze sites and the politics of space.

He has represented Sweden in Sao Paulo Biennale and has among other exhibitions been part of the 50th Venice Biennale as well as Busan Biennale, Prospect 2 in New Orleans and Manifesta 4 in Frankfurt. He has exhibited in institutions such as Moderna Museet Stockholm, Kunsthalle Wien, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Kunsthall Charlottenborg, Tramway Glasgow, Leeum Museum Seoul, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Kunsthalle Sankt Gallen, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Kunsthall Trondheim and FRAC Bourgogne in Dijon.

Jonas holds an MFA from Malmö Art Academy, graduating in 2000. Prior to that he studied architecture at Lund Technical University.





Jasmine Hinks is a curator, writer and adjunct lecturer at the department of Architecture and Critical Studies at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm.

Jasmine joined OF PUBLIC INTEREST in 2020 after being part of OPI’s post-master course the year before. She holds an MA in Curating Art (with Management and Law) from Stockholm University (2017) and an MA (Hons) in German and English Literature from the University of Edinburgh (2011).

Since January 2020 she has combined her work with OPI with a parallel role at Index – The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation. During her 5 years in Stockholm she has been active in various independent freelance curatorial, editorial and translation roles, including for Public Art Agency Sweden and Bergen Kunsthall, among others.





Gustav Toftgård is an architect educated at the Architectural Association in London.

Gustav joined OF PUBLIC INTEREST in 2020 after being part of OPI’s post-master course the year before.

He has previously undertaken research working for Forensic Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London as well as worked in architecture and design offices in London and Stockholm.