The Mistra Environmental Communication Research Programme Component at the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism (ICSJ)

AiR@SLU

The AiR@SLU, hosted by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Uppsala, is part of the Mistra Environmental Communication (Mistra-EC) research program, and offers the selected artist the opportunity to investigate and explore environment and sustainability in collaboration with the research program and community. It is part of the larger residency programme (AiR) coordinated by the Mistra Environmental Communication Media & Art team at ICSJ, with additional support from the NGO Sqridge.

  • Resident Artist

    Coralie Gourguechon

We are delighted to announce that Coralie Gourguechon has been selected as the resident artist for the AiR@SLU to be performed in Uppsala, Sweden. The residency will take place during September-October 2022!

Coralie is an interdisciplinary designer, researcher and artist from France. During the residency, she will work on a project, in dialogical exchange with Mistra Environmental Communication associates at the SLU, to create tools for communication about the impact of electronic consumption on the environment. In this work, Coralie will specifically investigate the mining and recycling infrastructures used for the production of metals and rare earth minerals. The aim is to improve the collective dialogue about the future of electronic production.

For more information about Coralie's works, please visit

Residency Works

Updates from Coralie's work at AiR@SLU

Coralie Gourguechon presented her residency project on October 25, 2022, during Mistra Environmental Communication Programme Meeting in Uppsala, Sweden.

Coralie's project, carried out in dialogical exchange with Mistra Environmental Communication associates at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), aims to create tools for communication about the impact of electronic consumption on the environment.

In this work, Coralie specifically investigates the mining and recycling infrastructures used for the production of metals and rare earth minerals, to improve the collective dialogue about the future of electronic production.

Original Call

Click to view the original open call for AiR@SLU

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