This project "A tree fell" highlights the encounter between man and tree, nature and culture, and questions the subordination of nature that makes man-made climate change possible.
Close on nature with gravure photopolymer on oxygen-free Hanemule paper in oak frames
Hand-blown glass in old wooden forms.
Gravure photopolymer on acid-free Hanemule paper in oak frames
Inspired by the art of contemplation and in dialogue with the natural landscape of Steilene islands
The school is named after the apple garden that used to be there. The project and apple tree mandala were made in collaboration with the students
At Vigile we gave thanks to mother earth by offering humanities greatest gift: creativity!
The school is named after the match factory that used to be there. The project was developed in collaboration with the school's students
Exhibition made for "Ål kulturhus" where my grandparents comes from. Photo transferred on wooden plates, hand-painted. Inspiration from photographs I inherited from my grandmother.
A series of images that inspire from the same place.
To me this is about transformation on both an inner and outer level.
On an external level, I’m conserned about space / architecture / openings and decay.
I also use elements to blur the distinction between inner and outer space.
But I also use places and architectural elements as a metaphor to visualise inner landscapes, or inner arcitecture.
Digital photo collage on wood, partly hand-painted.
exhibition at the Akershus Art Center's booth at Oslo Central Station
written by Janne Aaseby Johnsen
written by the Norwegian prinsess Märtha Louise and Elisabeth Nordeng
An interactive art project about places and oblivions that traveled from north to south in Norway. Made in collaboration with project manager Hilde Grønner Flikke, musician Thomas Hildebrand, a number of children and some elderly
from a series of photographs of the door that for a while was with me
«My cultural memory» is a photo art project I made in collaboration with Oslo Met, Oslo Municipality, and students from four high schools in Groruddalen.
To make landart is a direct way to work with the elements, that makes me feel connected