Collaboration for sustainable forest management


The artists and photographers Mattias and Iris Alexandrov Klum have now officially joined troops with the worlds first company spearheading wood related traceability internationally - Tracy of Sweden.

The company Tracy of Sweden work, both in the realm of forest industry as well as on the community and consumer level to enable a crucial paradigm shift when it comes to traceability of wood and wood related products. New innovations secure traceability from growth to refined products. These new techniques enable new, more effective certifying models for sustainable forestry. Tracy of Sweden also work for increased protection against illegal logging, and is spearheading new innovative processes that also enables protection and conservation of the biodiversity and safeguards the resilience of forests.

The goal is to manage and protect forests  in collaboration between economic, ecological and social interests. By using new innovations, Tracy of Sweden create frame works for a more sustainable forest industry and furthermore tackle threats such as forest degradation and illegal trade in timber.  

Alexandrov Klum are ambassadors for Tracy of Sweden. Together they want to inspire positive change through awareness raising projects and dialogues. 

“Managing forests in a responsible manner is essential for a  prospering planet for man and nature. We believe that Tracy of Sweden, with its unique innovations and technical solutions, can contribute to a necessary paradigm shift in the forest industry internationally. We look forward to being part of this important journey that strives towards responsible use and protection of the world's forests."

Iris & Mattias Alexandrov Klum

Grateful for the fantastic feed-back after our multi dimensional performance show ”The Waves” (Vågorna).

Thursday evening at the Stockholm Concert Hall with conductor David Björkman and the @kungligafilharmonikerna . 

H.R.H Prince Carl Philip and H.R.H Princess Sofia of Sweden @prinsparet and the rest of the wonderful audience made it a magical evening for us! ”The Waves” celebrates the transient beauty of life on this gorgeous and fragile planet! Just a few tickets left for todays show!!

Tickets here


The necessity of life - water

Water is a necessity but something we tend to take for granted. Our artist duo Alexandrov Klum has during a couple of years extensively worked on topics relating to water.


We have created two short films that visualize the worlds’ most important natural resource. But it’s obviously not only important for human beings; clean water is a necessity for all life forms. 

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With this project, in partnership with SEB, we want to inspire to a long-term commitment to care for our nature globally- the sole producer of this fragile resource. 

The trailer for our two short films on the importance of clean water in collaboration with SEB.

The Waves

Artist duo Alexandrov Klum in a new collaboration with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.

The Waves

Alexandrov Klum take a multi-dimensional approach to their work, depicting worlds through film and image projections, installations, music, and vivid storytelling.

The duo works closely with research on planetary issues, which is then portrayed by merging personal experiences and fictitious worlds. Through their stories, the duo aims to build bridges between heart and mind, between dreams and reality. 

The Waves is the second joint concert project in a collaboration between the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Alexandrov Klum that will span several years. 

Read more here

Alexandrov Klum's opening for two new public art installations at Landvetter Airport, Gothenburg (Sweden).

Photo: Tommy Holl

Photo: Tommy Holl

"The artist duo Alexandrov Klum hope to inspire to action and mindful reflection through art projects like ”Archipelago Anthem" or ”Sky, Sea & Horizon”. They wish to share a sensation of awe and respect for our fragile natural world. The gigantic outdoor photographic installation, is like a love letter to the Bohus archipelago."

Here is a short film "behind the scenes" (swedish) describing the artworks.