Norwegian artist Lise Wulff connects the realms of art and culture with those of the environment and nature. Her practice employs a variety of media, ranging from painting, sculpture and land art to large scale projects.
Wulff seeks to make visible the interconnectedness between humans and nature. Some of her works make explicit the fragility of nature, while others show the force of nature, as her art is left to the dominance of natural processes and the perpetual changes of seasons and time.
Lise Wulff has exhibited in galleries and museums in Norway and abroad. Recent group exhibitions include Lost Garden at the Henie Onstad Art Centre, Norway; Ahoj at the Museum Kampa, Praha; Elements at ArtEco Gallery, London; and Izložba at Treci Gallery, Belgrade. Her last solo show Benetah and Below (the Outside is Shallow) was at the Bærum Kunstforening, Norway.
Her eco art project The Scream from Nature was included in the official celebration of Edvard Munch’s 150th anniversary in 2013 and collaborates with the United Nations Environment Programme.
Wulff has received grants from Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond, the Municipality of Oslo, Sparebankstiftelsen DNB and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
the earth without art is just eh