What about the Prism Series? "When I was doing my MA, I experimented with different techniques for coloring wood. I made many different chemical solutions that I tested with different woods to see if I could use the capillary action in the material to distribute the stain. One evening, I went to a friend's birthday party. At the end of the night a paper garland fell down on a table that was covered in booze. It was beautiful. The colors from the garland got stuck on the surface and I realized I could use this method to color wood instead. So now I'm probably the best paper garland customer in Stockholm. The rainbow effects on the colored wood got me thinking of optical prisms and how they break light up into its constituent spectral colors. So when I started working on the Prism series I made a lot of prism shapes in different sizes to used as building blocks."