Tiril Schrøder

Tiril Schrøder is a Norwegian drawer and painter (b. 1969) based in Oslo. She is educated in the art academies in Oslo, Hamburg and Copenhagen, and graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1998 and is the holder of degrees in art practice as well as in art theory. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, has a number of public assignments, and also experience as curator, public art consultant and writer. Her work is represented in the collections of The National Gallery in Oslo and in The Museum of Contemporary Art in Oslo.

Schrøders production is based in the world of fiction and consequently comic books, cinema, and the virtual world inspire and inform her works. In her subjects and in her rendering of them, versatility is shown through compositions of smaller drawings as well as large mural works, where the image defies its boundaries and incorporates the surrounding space.

www.tirilschroeder.com

Research results

  • "Print Matters", Kunstutstilling fra Konsthögskolen i Oslo (2020).
    Art exhibition. More
  • Presentasjon av KUF prosjektet "Gjenfortellinger" (2019).
    Lecture. More
  • Gjenfortellinger av Flintoe- Indre og Ytre Sogn (2019).
    Visual Arts. More
  • "Print Matters-Teachers and students from the department of Printmaking and Drawing" på Grafiska Sällskapet, Stockholm, Sverige (2019).
    Art exhibition. More
  • "Hva om vi ser en gang til"- utstilling på IKM med studenter fra Tegnelabben (2019).
    Museum exhibition. More
  • "Kulturarv Lustrafjorden- Vandring" (2019).
    Art exhibition. More
  • "Graphica Creativa 2019- 15th International Print Triennal" participating with students and staff from Printmaking and Drawing (2019).
    Art exhibition. More
  • "Touching the world lightly"- utstilling av researchprosjekt fra Brighton University i forbindelse med Artistic Research Week 2019 (2019).
    Art exhibition. More
  • Common Craft- presentasjon av Robertson og Pickston, invitert og presentert av disen og Schrøder. Basert på felles prosjekt. (2019).
    Lecture. More
  • «Tiedemanns hest» (2019).
    Visual Arts. More