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Aftenposten writes about the exhibition at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter


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 people to share their photos and stories with her. She also made use of archive photos from the […]

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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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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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Collaboration with Destination Hemsedal


Happy for the contribution from Destination Hemsedal which enables me to carry through a project I have been wanting to do for many years – to cover a beautiful stone in the mountains of Hemsedal with yearn. Lise Wulff The stone is ubicated at the edge of a mountain side in […]

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Thanks to Hillesvåg Ullvarefabrikk


Hillesvåg Ullvarefabrikk is a family owned wool spinning mill, founded in 1898. It has been in the same family for four generations. The mill is situated on the Oster fjord, about 35 km north of Bergen.

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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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Norwegian Askeravisen, November 2015


The Norwegian newspaper Askeravisen writes about the outdoor art installation “Kalkovn” commissioned by Vettre Torg. In collaboration with Riri Green, Lise Wulff involves 140 pupils in creating their own ceramic tiles which are to be mounted on a sculpture at Vettre, just outside Oslo, Norway. 

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Norwegian NRK Radio, P2 Kulturhuset


During the COP in Paris, Norwegian radio NRK P2 focus on the environmental issues. Lise Wulff was interviewed in “Kulturhuset” about eco art, together with Dr. Prof. Christian A. Klöckner at NTNU. You can hear the interview here >>>

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“In Between” at Bærum Kunsthall


In the group exhibition “In Between”, Lise Wulff showed a new series of art works inspired by the title of the exhibition. 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. Thus, making a space, […]

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Norwegian Budstikka, October 27th 2015


The Norwegian newspaper Budstikka writes about the outdoor art installation “Kalkovn” commissioned by Vettre Torg. In collaboration with Riri Green, Lise Wulff involves 140 pupils in creating their own ceramic tiles which are to be mounted on a sculpture at Vettre, just outside Oslo, Norway. 

Speech and workshop at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum


In relation to the exhibition “Edvard Munch. Arquetipos” at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Lise Wulff was invited to speak about Edvard Munch, his view on and use of nature, as well as her own art works in nature. A main theme of the speech was how everything is interconnected, clearly […]

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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.