Aase-Hilde Brekke was born in the Northern part of Norway, and are living in the capital Oslo.
Brekke is a multi-media artist versed in photography, film, performance art, installation art, objects, graphics and collage.
Brekke has participated in international group exhibitions in New York, London, Hamburg and in Paris in The Salon International d'Art Contemporain Art Shopping, i Salle du Carrousel du Louvre, 19-22. October, 2023. She is part of the Contemporary Artists, in Ma-G - Museum of Avant Garde, from 2022.
She has participated in important shows in Norway like: Hommage á Iver Jåks (2008-2010) , the most famous sami artists in Norway.
Her work deals with intangible heritage, spirituality and human rights, expressed in many ways. Where the combination of different medias explores the possibilities in materials, different subjects and processes.
Brekkes art has been awarded many times by for example The Art Council of Norway, and she has been studying Tibetan Ritual dances in Tibetan monasteries in India.
She has been working with art since 1992, and holds a master degree in theatre science in performance theory, at the University of Oslo, where she has analyzed Marina Abramovic`s performance The Artist Is Present.
She also give teachings and workshops at university level about avant-garde art, and she is a writer in fine art magazines in Norway.
Brekke is a member of the fine art photographers organization FFF (Forbundet Frie Fotografer) in Norway.
My art reflects a wide range of expressions. In this portefolio I present a photo, a sculpture/found object, and a mixed-media work.
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Meditation 2, 60x80 cm, printed on metalplate.
Meditation is a series of photos viewing the silence and emptiness of nature. This silence can create a room for meditation and reflections.
The pictures in the Meditation-series is from a mountain called: Beiarfjellet in Nordland, which is north of the polar circle in Norway.
Dance, 20x 30 cm, reindeer bone, drawing
In Dance, two pieces from reindeer horn are touching and balancing each other, and creates a space, for dancing...
Angel with black wings, mixed- media, 30x 40 cm.
Angel with Black Wings, is a self-portrait, expressing a period of serious physical illness. The photo-collage of my face are places on sand-paper, and the metal-box is mirroring the emotions of a feeling of no possibility to escape.
Photo, photo installation, chipboard, grass, stones
Same-Lama (Brekke, 2008), was presented in the exhibition toghether with 69 other artists in Hommage à Iver Jåks, Små verk som reflekterer et stort kunstnerskap(No.)/ Small works that reflect great artistry. 09.10-31.10.2010
Hommage à Iver Jåks was organized by Nordnorsk kunstnersenter, RiddoDuottarMuseat (former: De Samiske Samlinger), Sami kunstnersenter and Savio Museum. The project was supported by the Research Council of Norway, Polaråret, Fritt Ord, the Sami Parliament, and the Norwegian Cultural Council.