Charlie Fjätström is an artist currently doing his International MFA at Trondheim Academy of Fine Art in Trondheim, Norway. His work is often political and some of his projects have a dark sense of humour, like the project Ten Ways to Kill yourself. From Suicide to countryside politics and philosophical views on life, he uses his camera to focus on important Subjects in our society. Fjätström's work has been shown both nationally and internationally with solo shows in Kiel, Germany at Kunstraum B, House of photography in Oslo Norway, Anexet in Sveg, Sweden. Bergen Kjøtt, Bergen and Vasli Souza, Oslo. In 2013, he received his BA from The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design (The Cass), and has since 2016 been the cofounder of Uncertain States Scandinavia, an art paper that focus on lens based art. Uncertain States also curate festivals, gallery exhibitions and artist talks.