Bjørg-Elise Tuppen is a visual artist, photographer and sculptor who lives in Harstad, where she also has her art studio. She has degrees in art from the University of Hertfordshire and is currently taking a Masters in Fine Art at the University of Falmouth, England. Tuppen’s art can be described as both versatile, philosophical, abstract and figurative, focusing on the human being. She paints with deep denominations and works a lot with texture through different techniques. This often results in expressions with connotations to light beyond the visible spectrum. In her abstract work, she explores aspects of our physical laws, such as particles, time, and entropy. Her sculptures are often integrated with wood or other natural materials to explore our role in reality. Through site-specific and temporary sculptures, made from natural materials from the site, she explores entropy. This is done by returning them to their original state. Here the process becomes the important thing. In her photographic work, she often focuses on combining conflicting elements to create new, strange expressions. Through her interest and fascination with physics, she explores our place in reality. How we are entangled with, and subject to, the same physical laws as all other matter, but at the same time a conscious part of it. This is a junction in her art where time and consciousness play central roles. Tuppen has had several solo exhibitions and has been presented in several books and journals.
Narvik Museum, Narvik, Norway
Galleri Harstad Kunstforening, Harstad, Norway
Galleri NORD, Tromsø, Norway
Galleri Apotheket, Stokmarknes, Norway
De 4 Roser, Harstad, Norway
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