Residency Scholarship: Ilija Wyller
From 1 May to 30 June, the Edvard Munch House in Warnemünde has invited the Norwegian artist Ilija Wyller to live and work in its premises.
Ilija Wyller (*1987), graduated from the Bergen Academy of Fine Arts, and is based in Oslo and Berlin. In her most recent project, Wyller negotiates the flows and boundaries between objects, subjects and their context in abstract landscape paintings. She has exhibited at the Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo; Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo; Noah Klink, Berlin; and Galleri Opdahl, Stavanger, among others. She has absolved a residency at Cites des Arts in Paris, her works have been acquired by KORO (Public Art Norway), and are included in several private collections.
An exhibition of the works created during her stay will open at the Edvard Munch House on 17 June.