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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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Woven Stone at the top of Norway!


In the nature reserve of Jotunheimen, Lise Wulff did a short time, site specific installation the top of Norway’s highest mountain Galdhøpiggen. 2469 meters above the sea level, a stone was covered with yarn. Just for some hours, as you are not allowed to leave anything behind in the nature reserve.    

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Hvitsten Salong 2017


Hvitsten Salong is a three day long art festival, arranged yearly in the small community of Hvitsten, by the fjord of Oslo. Artists are invited to exhibit their works indoors and outdoors, to give performances and concerts. Artists like Edvard Munch and Theodor Kittelsen once lived and worked in the […]

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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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What you Bring. What you Leave


“What you Bring. What you Leave” is a site specific outdoor art work made by Lise Wulff for the exhibition “A Clear Day”. A rounded moss covered stone is beautifully situated in a shade between the trees. The shape of the rock is repeated in a light and transparent material; […]

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Installation “Himmelfangere” at Romerike Helsebygg


Organic shapes are floating under the glass roof in the huge entrance hall of Romerike Helsebygg. The title of the art installation – Catchers of the Sky – springs out of the funnel-like forms that shed different views of the sky down to the viewer, while the viewer’s eyes are lifted up […]

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 […]

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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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Lime Kiln at Vettre Torg


150 pupils at Vettre school made their own ceramic tiles which were mounted on these wood structures inspired by the ancient lime kilns in the area. The tiles have drawings related to the local history, where the production of chalk and lime played an important role together with fishing, farming, […]

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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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Outdoor installation Unfolded Landscape #5


“Unfolded Landscape” consists of several outdoor installations working in the field between nature and human intervention in nature. The area of the site specific works stretches from the City Hall of Sandvika to Henie Onstad Art Center; an area which contains the whole specter from beautiful nature and the Oslofjord, to […]

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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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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 […]

Works on plywood


The organic pattern of the plywood is put to play with more strict and geometric lines and forms, submerging from behind, through openings in the former layer.

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“Light Drawings” for Bærum Kulturhus


A series of four photo works – “Light Drawings” – are now in the collection of the Municipality of Bærum. They will be placed in the municipality’s culture house, Bærum Kulturhus. In this series of works, Wulff has infused the medium of photography with new approaches. She effectuates an interaction […]

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Outdoor installation “Unfolded Landscape #1”


By invitation from the municipality of Bærum, and in collaboration with Norwegian artist Vigdis Storsveen, a series of five site specific outdoor installation are about to be realized. 

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The organic yarn in an asymmetric pattern meets the strict structure of the mesh.

Light Drawings


In this series of works, Wulff has infused the medium of photography with new approaches. In her work, she effectuates an interaction between the traditional work in the dark room with contemporary forms of presentation, between an analogue and a digital methodology. This gives rise to a new visual language […]

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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.