Anne Berg Edvardsen

Norwegian artist Anne Berg Edvardsen uses sculpture to communicate things one can only “see” with one’s hands. A research expedition in the winter of 2006 inspired her to create a body of sculpture to accompany her master’s thesis: Where Art and Research Meet. Her sculptures are unglazed clay in various shades of white. Berg Edvardsen explains that the lack of color allows the forms “to speak for themselves.”