Studio Visits: Brit Fuglevaag
In this film, Brit Fuglevaag talks about her career as a textile artist, from her time working and living abroad, and her experience with teaching. We learn about the variety of techniques and materials used in her works, and her upcoming solo exhibitions at Kunstnerforbundet and Soft in Oslo, opening in fall 2021.
Brit H. Fuglevaag (b. 1939) has been one of the most prominent textile artists in Norway since the 1970s. In addition to her own artistic practice, she has contributed to the development of the Norwegian textile art scene as a professor and through political advocacy. Inspired by her time at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (1963-1964), Brit’s belief in how textile making should be considered within a contemporary art context has been a powerful influence in the positioning of textile art in Norway.
Direction: Norwegian Crafts and Revers Produksjon
Videography and editing: Revers Produksjon
Graphic design: Parabol Studio
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About the Studio Visit 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.