I am interested in the geographies and materialities of politics, in how policy is made and what its effects are. Important research fields are here the relationship between science and politics, and how politics is produced by use of specific governmental technologies. I have studied these processes through various topics, like political activists’ use of public space, gentrification, integration, post-colonial urbanism, urban climate politics and the political subject. In my current position as post doctor I am affiliated with the project «Enacting the good economy: Biocapitaliszation and the little tools of valuation». I here work with marine economics and politics, with a particular focus on markets and how nature objects may perform as a commodity.