Hans Kellerman is a prolific, Stockholm-based artist with a theatrical and lithographic focus. He made his debut as an actor and set designer in 1965 and has also worked with creative drama, psychodrama and psychotherapy. He has a long-running connection to Skottes Musikteater in northern Sweden and returned to the theater in 2008. Since then, he has staged unique versions of classics such as Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking-glass and H.C. Andersen’s The Emperor’s New Clothes as well as several wonderfully weird original productions.

Kellerman’s signature style is intricate and quirky, resulting in amusing theatrical machines which are as ingenious as they are primitive. Alongside the machines which creak and clang, twist and turn, he creates unique lithographic prints and art installations, among many other exciting designs.