Lisa Irvall (b.1980) is a photographer and artist based in Stockholm, Sweden.

Her work integrates theories of psychology, the human mind and behaviour, from a feminist perspective in the modern space. Integral to her practice is the  bounderies between inner and outer landscapes, explored in such a way that its actual existence is questioned, both as a physical photograph and a state of mind.  A recurring theme in her work is psychological isolation in the contemporary urban landscape, its relation to nature, and the common factors that integrates both psychological processes.

Selected Education

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Goldsmiths College, London

Gotlands folkhögskola, 1 year diploma in photography, Hemse

Degree in photojournalism, The Nordic School of Photography, Biskops-Arnö

Advanced level studies in psychodynamic psychotheraphy, Ersta Sköndal University


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