Ingeborg Blom Andersskog (b. 1983, Norway) holds a bachelor degree in ceramics and a master degree in fine art from Bergen National Academy of the Arts in Norway and Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute in China. Prior to her art studies she obtained a diploma in wheel throwing and pottery from Ema Cnifop in France, and a bachelor degree as teacher of art and craft from Telemark University College in Norway. Since graduating in 2015 she has been living and working between Malmö in Sweden and Norway.
Ingeborg Blom Andersskog (NO/SE) works with installation, performance, drawing and text, often combining several of them into one project or work.
The time and action of making plays an important role, where the dialogue between the material and her body, with their abilities and restrictions, work as a framework for her process driven practice. Through different mediums she plays with visual and haptic contradictions. Inspired by the philosophy of Slow Art, she uses repetition and makes rules that serve as limitations. These can also be seen as rituals. Lines and circles are frequently repeated in her work. She sees the line as a result of our body’s behaviour, where she explores how our body’s behaviour affects the result. Trees and stones are a visual inspiration to her works; they symbolize a different time and movement than her own. Through her works she explores different ways of relating to the concept of time.
Project Network Reunion Invitational Residency 2022