Kristina Ketola Bore is a design critic and educator based in Oslo, Norway. She holds an MA in Design Writing Criticism from the London College of Communication. Since graduation she has contributed to magazines nationally and internationally on the subjects of art, architecture and design. Her work investigates the role of design as a cultural signifier, its various methods of narration, and how they can become policies in the personal, corporate and public realms.
Recently she co-curated Kunsthall Stavanger’s 150th anniversary exhibition, Facts, Stories and Anecdotes, organised the international seminar series, The Forms of Politics, and co-founded The Ventriloquist Summerschool.
Through her publishing house Particular Facts, she investigates through writing, editing, curating and exhibiting projects about art history and the typographic history of Norway.
She’s a lecturer in graphic design history and theory at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts and is also a guest lecturer and external examiner at the Estonian Academy of the Arts.