Trine Lise Nedreaas (b. 1972, Bergen, Norway) lives and works in London. She studied art history in Bergen, Norway, before moving to London where she started her art education at Central Saint Martin College of Art and Design 1994-95 and later at The Slade School of Fine Art, 1995–99. Nedreaas works in a variety of different media, including film, video, photography, installation and drawing, and public sculpture.
Trine Lise Nedreaas’ work has been exhibited in a variety of places, including New York, Paris, Milan, Oslo, Tokyo, Seoul and Berlin, and she has shown her work in institutions like the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, PS1 MOMA in New York, Kunstwerke in Berlin, MACRO in Rome and Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo, Norway.Nedreaas has shown her work in institutions and galleries in Europe and the US. Recent exhibitions and screenings include:
Kunstverein Schwerin (solo), New Center for Contemporary Art, Louisville KY (solo), IDLE BY, COMA - Centre for Opinions in Music and Art, public performance and installation event, Berlin (solo); Just Do It, Collection Lambert, Avignon; Lights on, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo; The Good and the Bad Mogadishni, Aarhus, Galerie Eva Hober, Paris (solo), Luxe Gallery, New York (solo), Contemporary Outlook: Seeing Songs. Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Boston MA; Vigelands Museum, Oslo (solo) and Luxe Gallery New York (solo).