The Norwegian organization for professional artists, Norske Billedkunstnere (NBK), has historical roots back to 1882. It has now 3.000 members. Amongst the tasks of NBK, is the distribution of grants. This year, Lise Wulff was amongst the artists who received a one year’s grant from Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond.
As part of the Göteborg International Biennial of Contemporary Art Extended program, StoneZone ArtSpace shows the group exhibition Reflections. Among the 13 participating artists, Lise Wulff took part with her art work “Some Day, I’ll go my Own Way”. Participating artists are Lukas Arons, Anna Jonback, Cecilia Sering, Christel Lundberg, […]
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 collected 1.500 kg of garbage along the coastline of Norway the 19th of September. The plastic waste is mounted on […]
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
The first group of passengers from Hurtigruten could witness the nordic lights while mounting the EcoArt work HESJE. The passengers had picked plastic garbage from the coast of Bodø during the day, and now, they could put some of it on the fish rack in Svolvær. Plastic vs fish…. […]
An enormous effort has been made by Hurtigruten’s passengers and crew, making the coast line of Norway 1.500 kilos “cleaner”. 11 ships participated in this fleetwide beach cleanup, and the waste will be part of Lise Wulff’s EcoArt project HESJE (Norwegian for fish rack). If the plastic pollution of our oceans continue […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
To Lise Wulff, her Woven Stones treat the theme of the environmental challenges – in a caring way. For generations, we have woven and knitted clothes of wool to keep our family warm. By doing the same with stones around the world, symbolic reminders are left for the passers by that […]
Artist Lise Wulff invites the citizens of Svelvik to join her in making the installation Threads that Tie Together”. The local new paper wrote about the project.
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 […]
“A Clear Day” is an outdoor art exhibition at Nääs Slott, situated just outside Gothenburg. Artists from the Nordic region are invited; Lise Wulff (N), Maria Lilja (S), Mikael Hansen (D), Kaisu Koivisto (F), Cecilia Parsberg (S), Greger Stålgren (S), Helena Maria Ekenger (S) and Agneta Segerfelt (S). Migration is the […]
“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; […]
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 […]
The grant “Mobility Funding” is part of the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture, financed by the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Ministers of culture in the Baltic countries. The overall objective of the programme is to enhance cultural and artistic collaboration in the Nordic and Baltic countries by supporting […]
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 […]
The exhibition “A Clear Day” will take place at Nääs Castle, just outside Gothenburg, from the 20th of May to the 30th of September 2017. Five artists from the Nordic region are invited: Maria Lilja (S), Mikael Hansen (D), Kaisu Koivisto (F), Cecilia Parsberg (S), and Lise Wulff (N). Organizers are “Ett […]
The juried exhibition “Dobbeltgjenger” shows the work of 14 artist from Asker Bildende Kunstnere. Lise Wulff showed the sculpture “Wearing or tearing the second layer”. The local newspaper Budstikka writes about the opening:
The juried exhibition “Dobbeltgjenger” shows the work of 14 artist from Asker Bildende Kunstnere. Lise Wulff showed the sculpture “Wearing or tearing the second layer”. In the jury: Hilde Mørch, Kunsthistorisk prosjektsenter, Knut Blomstrøm, Trafo Kunsthall and Tine Blix, Asker Kunstforening. Artists: Lars Torjusson, Lise Wulff, Pippip Ferner, Jennifer Jorfald, Kjell Hommerstad, Thea […]
The team behind the outdoor art installation “Home is a Foreign Place” was invited to the Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2016, by the Municipality of Bærum and the Mayor, Mrs. Lisbeth Hammer-Krog. Before the concert, there was a reception by the Mayor at Bærum Kunsthall.
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 […]
Home is a Foreign Place is a commissioned art installation from the Municipality of Bærum, for the Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2016. It is 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 […]
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, […]
The exhibition Borders and Boundaries is a juried exhibition shown at Bærum Kunsthall from the 10th to the 27th of November 2016. In the jury: Piere Leonel Matte, Esther Maria Bjørneboe and Juan Andres Milanes Benito. Artists: Ana Maria Lopez, Vigdis Storsveen, Ellen S. Holtskog, Stina Gellein, Billie Thackwell, Trude […]
Lise Wulff will talk about her project Bærum Revisited (Som hendelse og sted), Tuesday 25th of October, at 12.00. Bærum Revisited is a visual meeting with the local history of the municipality of Bærum, Norway, from approximately 1870 until today. In this work commissioned by Henie Onstad Kunstsenter for the exhibition UTOPIA BÆRUM, Lise Wulff invited […]
Lise Wulff has collected photos from people and historical archives. She presents them as collages with informative texts, revealing the history behind well known places and names like Brambanigården and Løkketangen. Here we find a lot of interesting material. Wulff has also made a video collage about the movement Egne Hjem. The […]
The exhibition UTOPIA BÆRUM is looking at the area of Bærum from different perspectives. Invited artists: Marthe Aas, Amy Franceschini, Youmna Chlala and Apolonija Sustersic and Lise Wulff. Lise Wulff’s project Bærum Revisited (Som hendelse og sted) is a visual meeting with the local history of the municipality of Bærum, Norway, from approximately 1870 until today. […]