Josefina Posch is an internationally active artist who has shown in San Francisco, Berkley, Miami, Houston, Tbilisi, Shanghai, Havana, Berlin, Venice, Portsmouth, London, Göteborg, Örebro, Stockholm, Virserum and most recently with Norrtälje Museum + Konsthall and part of the 3rd Tbilisi Triennial in Georgia. Her situation specific practice and research, that address environmental and sustainability concerns, exists in the borderline between sculpture, new media and social engaged work. It focuses on the point where technology, biology, cloning, stereotypes, ideas and science(fiction) meet. Posch has been an artist-in-residence at; the Duolun MoMA, China; Unidee – Cittadellarte, Italy; Sculpture Space, USA, ASP, UK and at MAWA, Canada. She has received several grants including: The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, IASPIS, Arts Council England / British Arts Council International Collaboration Grant, Step-Beyond EU Grant, Dena Foundation Italy, Foundation for Contemporary Art NY, Florida Artist Enhancement Grant, Nordic Ministry of Culture, Västra Götalands Regionen, City of Gothenburg and Stockholm City Arts Council. Josefina Posch is also active as curator, activist and lecturer at Valand Academy of Fine Art Gothenburg University, founder of Snowball Cultural Productions, and a member of the Swedish Sculptors´ Association.