Studio Visits: Edith Lundebrekke

Studio visit with visual artist Edith Lundebrekke in Trondheim. Edith talks about how patterns, systems, colour and interaction play a central part in her works.

In this film, we visit visual artist Edith Lundebrekke in her studio in Trondheim, Norway. She talks about patterns and systems as central aspects of her works, art in relation to architecture, and her upcoming participation in Design Miami/ Basel. Edith will be represented at the fair by Galleri Format Oslo in a curio booth with her works exhibited alongside sculptures by Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl. The works are commissioned specifically for the fair.


Edith Lundebrekke’s (b. 1959) art installations are based on an exploration of patterns, systems and dynamic repetition. She did her education in textile art, but works mainly with other materials, such as wood, glass, brick and metal. Colour and interaction are also key elements to Edith’s practice. In her installations, space and movement create effects of light and shadow, which result in shifting visual experiences depending on the spectator's interaction with the works.


Direction: Norwegian Crafts and Herstory
Videography and editing: Herstory
Graphic design: Parabol Studio

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About the Studio Visits film series

Norwegian Crafts is looking at alternative ways to connect artists, duojárat and makers with curators and institutions both in Norway and beyond. Through this film series we invite you into the studios of Norwegian and Norway-based artists, where they generously share from their practice and talk about current and upcoming projects. The films are available to watch on Vimeo, YouTube and Instagram/IGTV.

Supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.