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Plastic garbage, anyone?


Every night, as the Hurtigruten ships enter the harbor of Svolvær, Lise Wulff is meeting up to collect the plastic garbage from the beach cleanings carried through by the passengers and crew. The plastic is used in the EcoArt installation HESJE. The amount of plastic is overwhelming  

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Preparing for the EcoArt project HESJE


In collaboration with Hurtigruten and with the support of Miljødirektoratet and Hurtigruten Foundation, Lise Wulff is doing a large EcoArt project in lovely Lofoten, Norway. Passengers and crew of Hurtigruten will collect garbage along the coastline of Norway the 19th of September. Today, Lise Wulff started out with her own […]

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Searching for the perfect fish rack


To prepare the upcoming EcoArt project HESJE in collaboration with Hurtigruten, Lise Wulff visited the beautiful islands of Lofoten, Norway. The project consists of two parts; first, Hurtigruten’s passengers and crew will pick garbage along the coastline of Norway. Second, the garbage will be mounted on a fish rack in […]

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Threads that tie together


A two meter tall shape of rusted reinforcement mesh is placed by the seaside in Svelvik. The citizens tie threads on the mesh, making it gradually more dense and less transparent. Still, the wind will open up the rounded shape, in which people can enter to watch their surroundings through […]

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Home is a Foreign Place (II)


A relational art project by Lise Wulff and Vigdis Storsveen, involving refugees to Norway and Norwegian youth. The work reflects on the concept of «home» and deals with topics such as self-sufficiency, sustainability, housing and real estate. It is made from reclaimed wood painted in colours that the participants related to […]

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Installation of LIME KILN


Today, the outdoor work LIME KILN was installed at Vettre Torg, Norway. The art work is a collaboration with Riri Green and the pupils at Vettre school, who have made ceramic tiles with drawings inspired by the local history. The work is commissioned by Moen Eiendom AS.

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Home is a Foreign Place (I)


A relational art project by Lise Wulff and Vigdis Storsveen, involving refugees to Norway and Norwegian youth. The work reflects on the concept of «home» and deals with topics such as self-sufficiency, sustainability, housing and real estate. It is made from reclaimed wood painted in colours that the participants related to […]

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Workshops with refugees to Norway and Norwegian youth


For the relational art work “Home is a Foreign Place”, a series of workshops were conducted with refugees and Norwegian youth. The workshops resulted in two outdoor art installations. The project was a commissioned work, realized in collaboration with artist Vigdis Storsveen. During the first workshop, the participants talked about 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.

DingityArt at Nordic Somali Youth Summit in Copenhagen


The third Nordic Somali Youth Summit was arranged in 2014 and gathered 200 Somali youth from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland and Finland. The DignityArt project from the Oslo and Stockholm summit was taken further at the Copenhagen summit, using the participants input to enhance the proud poetry traditions of Somalia. Before the conference, the […]

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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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DignityArt at Nordic Somali Youth Summit in Stockholm


The second Nordic Somali Youth Summit was arranged in 2013 and gathered 150 Somali youth from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland and Finland. The DignityArt project from the Oslo summit was taken further at the Stockholm summit, amongst other as a mosaic back drop on stage during the Timbuktu concert. The Nordic […]

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DignityArt at Nordic Somali Youth Summit in Oslo


The first Nordic Somali Youth Summit was arranged in Oslo in 2012 and gathered 100 Somali youth from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland and Finland. The participants contributed to the visual elements of the summit through a DignityArt project by Lise Wulff. The Nordic Somali Youth Summit is a yearly summit aiming […]

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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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International Flag Project


A site specific work placed at the entrance of the Nansen park. The park is named after Fritjof Nansen, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his humanitarian work. After the First World War he was in charge of the exchanges of 400.000 prisoners of war between Russia, Germany and the […]

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