Meet Våge

Opening: Ormen Våge in Re. 27 sept 20:15 Revetal

Meet Våge

A dragon that ascends where art, light-design, craftsmanship and attention to detail, gather.

Våge is designer and artist Stig Skjelviks latest instalment and resides in Revetal, Norway. It guards a large multipurpose facility for children, that facilitates all sports and cultural expressions.


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Åpning: Ormen i Re.


Åpning og tenning av mitt siste verk, den norrønt inspirererte lysskulpturen “Våge” som pryder fasaden på den nye flerbrukshallen i Revetal, Vestfold som KB Arkitekter har tegnet.

Ormen er en tredve meter lang digitalt lysatt skulptur utført i tjæret takspon av malmufuru slik vi kjenner det fra våre stavkirker.
Digital motiongraphics for lyskkontroll av Christopher Svendsen
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27 september. Revetal, Vestfold, Norway

Brightening up another pedestrian tunnel

Nullohm has participated in the the make-over and the lighting design of a pedestrian tunnel  at Lindberg in Oslo. The designs of the light installation and wallpaintings are based on interviews with local stakeholders and participatory workshops. Several tests of various luminaries were carried out together with local children and adults, who were invited to try-out and play with the lighting in the tunnel.

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Vestbys nye ungdomskole med en Dobpler lysvegg i inngangsportalen

Ungdommen i vestby vil starte det nye skoleåret i en splitter ny skolebygning tegnet av arkitektene Kristiansen & Bernhardt.

Trapper og haller er utsmyket av kunstneren Tine Aamodt og Nullohm har hatt gleden av å levere en 2,4 x 2 meter Dobpler ledvegg som byr de besøkende velkommen i hovedingangen. Stål og glassarbeide for den massive glassveggen er levert av CC Glass Tønsberg. Leder for kunstkomiteen har vært Helena Kive.


Newly built lower secondary school in Vestby, Norway with a Dobpler Ledwall entrance

The kids at the lower secondary school in Vestby, Norway will start this years in a brand new building by architects Kristiansen & Bernhardt
Stairs and halls are decorated by artist Tine Aamodt and Nullohm had the privilege to create a 2,4 x 2 meters Dobpler Interactive LED Wall to greet the users in the main entrance.
Steel framing and the one piece glasswork for the light installation was done by the craftsmen at CC Glass Tønsberg.
Leader of the art committee has been Helena Kive.11924288_971963639509679_5534036973277624199_n

A ray of the Aurora Polaris landed in Oslo

The northern Light is not often seen in urban Oslo due to its southern location in Norway as well as the always present light pollution blocking the night sky. The Installation is part of a ongoing effort to create better public spaces in a neglected part of town is located in a small playground in Tøyen.

Zenisk AS asked me for some suggestions for light concepts to enter for a lighting-design competition by the commune, and the result was a aurora polaris design in the shape of two birch plywood arcs of 5 meters length built by Prototyper AS. The looped animation was made by 7minus.



The created light effect enhances the lines of the northern light as an artist interpretive to give a strong expression similar with the real thing inspired by illustrations in children’s books and lately,- the new and much noticed graphical design for the Norwegian passport by Neue. With this in mind I have the last year been experimenting with the task of creating a artificial aurora polaris effect that gives the experience where you instantly feel it in the gut that this is (almost) it.

Artificial auroras has been made numerous times before as light installations, especially in part of Asia where the northern light is considered very exotic. Mostly these lights are just blobs of strongly colored light, not distinguishable from much other lights in the ambient category. On the other hand, is very hard to capture this “textures of light” by my smartphone camera, so some excuses for my “light blobs” in the dark part of the  videoclip below seems suited…