VIDSYN

2014
The 200 piece glass panel facade artwork 'Vidsyn' for the new Brøttum elementary school in Ringsaker was completed 2014. Kullberg's design was the winning proposal in the open call competition launched by the Ringsaker Municipality and KORO Public Art Norway. The glass panels are double-layered, laminated and tempered glass, printed with ceramic ink. 'Vidsyn' consists of two separate glass facades, displaying an undulating fantasy landscape, scattered with narratives of the restrictions and opportunities your surroundings offer, and the ways in and out of this landscape. Photo: Are Carlsen

SPINN I og II

2017
SPINN er laget til allrommet i nye Framtia barnehage i Lørenskog, og består av hovedobjekt med mindre replikk i trappehallen. Allrommet er 80m2 stort og 7m under taket. Skulpturen inntar luftrommet. Den 2,5 meter brede skiven er vannskåret, pulverlakkert 12mm aluminium, med 'fjes' av foliert akryl. Formen tar utgangspunkt i de enkle strektegningene barn tryller fram når de skal tegne mennesker. Figuren er abstrahert og repetert, med variasjoner, og danner et sirkulært mønster. Barn i gruppe er dynamiske, lekne, og i bevegelse - Spinn viser enkeltindivider i samhandling. De runde skivene er vinklet ulikt, 'fjesene' har en dikroisk virkning - de skimrer, speiler og skifter farge ettersom lyset forandres og tilskuerens posisjon endres i rommet. Fjesene kaster også farge-skygger på vegger og gulv under solas skiftende gjennomskinn. Oppdragsgiver: Lørenskog kommune. Foto: Guri Dahl og CK.

HORIZON ROLL

2015
Horizon Roll is an interactive site specific installation consisting of two pairs of revolvable wheels, one crescent in steel, the other in coloured, tempered glass with ceramic print. The sculptures was commissioned by Oslo municipality, and the two sites are within the the green area of two kindergartens. Sørenga is a constructed peninsula which used to be part of Oslo Harbour, now turned into a residential and recreational area. The Horizon Roll is connected to this maritime history, navigation at sea and the rough aesthetics of the city harbor. You can spin the wheels and level your horizon.

VENNIVEGGEN

2015
The four Venniveggen sculptures (Friend-in-the-wall) at the new Bjønnhaug centre for disabled children in Brumunddal, are made of Corian, turned birch wood and concave and convex steel mirrors, and they contain various added elements for tactile and cognitive experiences and reflections of self, body and space. The largest sculpture is mounted on the main entrance facade, welcoming the children and visitors to the centre, the other three on concrete walls in the interior. Commissioned by Ringsaker Kommune. 270x120cm. Photo: Gunnar Klingwall

LAND INBETWEEN

2012
Artwork commissioned by Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Danmark. Land Inbetween shows the diverse landscape of the complex and mysterious area surrounding our cities, the unstructured urban sprawl, where nature and culture play-fights. The diorama was part of the exhibition New Nordic (summer 2012), and Nordic Cool at the Kennedy Centre, Washington DC (spring 2013). It has also been exhibited Nordic House on the Faroe Islands and 1,2, Tree in Stockholm. The 70x30x40cm box is made of birch plywood and veneer, laser cut, the five landscape layers are sewn into the wooden box with leather lace.

KVERVEL I,II og III

2016
KVERVEL (nynorsk for ’virvel’) er et verk av tre vegghengte skulpturer fordelt i vestibyle og trapperom i Valdres Lokalmedisinske Senter på Fagernes. De tre skulpturene er frest ut i minarelmaterial (Corian). Den organiske formen er utledet fra tradisjonssømmens acantusranker, men også mønster i kroppens mikroskopiske indre - den viser bevegelse og vekst. Farger og materialvariasjon reflekterer Valdres’ natur og landskap, fra høy himmel til steingrunn, samtidig som noen kan få assosiasjoner til kropp, helsemateriell og blod. På hovedformen festes tilvekster - eller forbindinger, om du vil - fargeklare stripefelt som peker til brudd og fare, men også behandling og helning. H180cm/ B150cm , D24mm.

10METERSKOGEN

2010
In the Emil&Samuel Restaurant/bar/salon/night club on top of Oslo's high end department store, Steen&Strøm. The artwork covers 100 square meter ceiling and wall frieze of wood veneer, light and laser-cut patterns - a glowing forest with owls, foxes, squirrels and birds playing between the trees. The eye-catcher of the installation is the 10 meter wide back lit veneer frieze, and the lit eagles saoring above the dinner guests, and the over-sized pine cones. Photo: Simon Skreddernes

NORWEGIAN FOREST LIGHTS lamper

2007
Norwegian Forest lights was launched in 2007 and has been sold internationally since. The veneer shade is made of custom made birch veneers. The forest pattern is laser cut, and the shade is stitched together with leather lace. The collection includes a large pendant Ø55cm, small pendant Ø31cm and table lamp height 56cm/Ø31cm. Distribution: www.NorthernLighting.no