Group exhibition summer 2012. The exhibition did not take place within the safe concrete walls of the Arts Centre, but in the wild and overgrown wooded area in front of the Art Centre’s entrance and on the steps down to the waterfront. These outdoor areas were transformed into an organic and process oriented exhibition space at […]
Category Archives: Works & Installations
Corn sticks. Total hight of 169 cm divided in 5 parts
Corn sticks, h 169 cm
Hand made glass bulbs found at the ArtMill, are partly covered with other found material, like rusty wires and yarn.
As part of the UN Safe Planet Campaign, and the Ahoj-project by ArtMill, Lise Wulff installed the sound piece “Signs of Life” in the sculpture garden of Museum Kampa, Prague, in 2012. Just as the sound is rising from the ground, so does the tree – both of them providing […]
Ongoing project with man size sculptures, all with different external looks and a secret inside.
The tree was sick and needed to go. Slowely the pieces were put back together – inevitably ending up different than before. See the development of Reassembled through time and season here >>
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”.
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 […]
Several layers of painted glass, one behind the other. The front layers partly or fully cover what’s behind.
A series of 1 meter tall sculptures