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Woven Stone in Chile

During a visit to the Chilean winery Aresti, Lise Wulff covered a stone found in the vineyards, with yarn in symbolic colors. The stone is a river rock, shaped by the water from the Andean mountains. At some point in time, the river transported the stone to the fields that are […]


Lise Wulff receives art prize

The Art Prize of the Municipality of Bærum 2016 was given to Lise Wulff for her land art project “Some Day I’ll go my Own Way”, during the opening of the exhibition “Borders and Boundaries” in Bærum Kunsthall. The jury consisted of Ana Maria Bresciani, curator at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, […]

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Some Day, I’ll go my own Way

Lise Wulff made a net of hemp to cover a carefully selected tree. The work changes continuously with the seasons and with time. In order to survive, the tree needs to overcome the constraints of the net. The installation was presented in the Slovak architecture and urbanization magazine Urbion in 2012 and the […]

“Woven Water” at Semsvann, Asker

Exhibition at Semsvann, Norway, May 2015. The water and the wooden boards have taken the place of the yarn as the threads of the weave. And while the water makes up the backdrop, the wooden boards create the pattern in this carpet of water.   Hundreds of people walked along the […]

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Environment art project in Myanmar

350 solar lamps were donated to schools and orphanages in the Inle Lake area, as part of The Scream from Nature project. 70-80% of the population of Myanmar lives without electricity.

Summing up The Scream from Nature

The celebration of Edvard Munch’s 150th anniversary has come to an end. The environment art project The Scream from Nature has engaged people all over the world. Check out the highlights video or see more info on the project here! Even though the Munch150 program is over, The Scream from Nature keeps […]

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Finding treasures…

Some old and rusty cable drums stood pushed aside not to disturb the hectic building activities in the city center of Oslo. Some phone calls later, they were on their way to an exhibition. To see how they ended up, check out The Wonders and Wounds of Existence.  

Plastic bottle raft cruising through Prague

A return point for plastic plastic bottles was established in the village center, and quickly the 2000 bottles needed were at place. Using the Junk Raft that crossed the Pacific Ocean in 2010 as a model, a smaller version was build to go sailing on the Vltava river in Prague. The […]

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Woven Stones

Wulff has been working with her “Woven stones” since 2008. The same technique has also been used for man size sculptures, iron objects, as well as tree in her work “Some day, I’ll go my own way”.            

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An old house in Dubravica, Slovakia, had been torn down. Lise Wulff used the old walls for her outdoor installation “Defenders”. The work is part of the outdoor exhibition “Landscape – revisited” in Slovakia. Seven international artists were in 2011 invited for a residency with the aim of establishing an outdoor gallery […]


A sircular shape is made of found materials and wool from a local sheep farmer in Dubravica, Slovakia. The rhythm of the day, …of the year, …of life The work is part of the outdoor exhibition “Landscape – revisited” in Slovakia. Seven international artists were in 2011 invited for a residency with […]

“Landscape – revisited” in Slovakia

Outdoor group exhibition in Dúbravica, 2011. Seven international artists were invited for a residency with the aim of establishing an outdoor gallery in Dúbravica, just outside Banská Bystica. The project was supported by the Slovakian Ministry of Culture and ArtToday, and Mexican Carlos Carmonamedina curated the exhibition. Lise Wulff made three pieces; […]

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“50-50-50” at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter

In the group exhibition 50-50-50 at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter in 2008, Lise Wulff incorporated nature in different ways. The use of oil and sheets of glass reflected natural phenomena surrounding the box and absorbed these into the work so that they interacted with the elements inside: Beautiful, untreated stones and organic forms painted […]