GYM ILA — Tableau Paper 'Redecoration' — Bruce & Lund (OCT 2016) Viscose twill, silicone, fresh orcihids & aroma dispencer
OSLO PROSJEKTROM — Lyx — Bruce & Lund (JAN 2018) GROUP EXHIBTION W/ RAY HAGGELBACH & KEITH BALLARD. Photo: Ada Nilsen SELECTED WORKS ON PAPER — Bruce & Lund (2018) INK, MOLOTOW SPRAY AND OIL Flame work, Veronica & Vidar Acrylic spray paint & oil EKEBERGPARKEN — Dear Santa — mimosa—studio (MAY 2018) THE SEASON OPENING OF EKEBERG SCULPTURE PARK, COSTUMES FOR THE PERFORMANCE GROUP DE NAIVE.
PARISIAN METRO — 3 grip handle — K.Bakken Lund (SEP 2017) ØYAFESTIVALEN — Unge Ferrari — mimosa—studio (AUG 2017) TAILORED STAGE COSTUME CHANELLING UMA THURMAN
SELECTED WORKS ON PAPER — Bruce & Lund (2018/2017) GOT IT FOR CHEAP AT GOLSA,OSLO AND THE BARKER HANGER,LA. Table wear 2017
KUNSTNERFORBUNDET — Winter is coming — mimosa—studio (DEC 2017) THE OPENING OF THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION, COSTUMES FOR THE PERFORMANCE GROUP DE NAIVE.
Swarovski crystal beaded half-cap cowboy hat
Winter is coming styling kit: Dragon harley quinn DXS goggles / Head Silver Ski Jacket / Acne Studios Silicone Cowboy hat
The inside story of an energy drink marketing ploy gone — The story of how Amir (29) scammed his way to viral fame, fooled an advertising agency, and almost became the international face of a well-known energy drink - before everything went wrong. DRIB is a fiction/documentary hybrid that re-enacts the story of a failed violent marketing scheme for a well known energy drink. The film simultaneously exposes and revels in media manipulation as it explores the strange and painfully comic advertising process that took place in 2014 — with the person who ruined it all appearing in the role of himself. To avoid legal issues, the real energy drink brand has been replaced with a fictitious one: DRIB.
COAST CONTEMPORARY ART FESTIVAL — Soft, Interlude — K.Bakken Lund (SEP 2017) MENO-CORE COSTUMES FOR VERONICA BRUCE' PERFORMANCE REPRESENTED BY SCHLOSS IN COLLABORATION WITH EIRIK SÆTHER. GOLSA, OSLO — Got it For Cheap — Bruce & Lund (SEP 2017) WORKS ON PAPER  3 GRIPS
Hand knit — Recidency, Vitlycke Centre for Performative Arts (JUL 2017)
SCREENPLAY — DRIB — K.Bakken Lund (MAR 2017) COSTUME AND PROP-DESIGN FOR DIRECTOR KRISTOFFER BORGLI FIRST LONG SCREEN PLAY. PREMIERRED AT SXSW, TX AND CPH:DOX, DK. THANKS TO KRISTOFFER AND BACON PRODUCTIONS FOR A WONDERFUL COLLABORATION. DRIB available on iTunes and Amazon. Writer and director: Kristoffer Borgli Graphic design: Lars Kjellsnes/Haydays Film named by Torbjørn Rødland Disclaimer: Rip-off MMA silk scarf pattern based on the original BX silk scarf collection. When you know, you know.
SEAL SKIN SCULPTURE — The Can Cooler — K.Bakken Lund (MAY 2016) A PART OF MY MA GRADUATE EXHIBTION, BASED ON NORTHERN MATERIAL SOURCING. Photo: Anne Valeur
KUNSTNERNES HUS — Eirik Sæther' Family Friendly — K.Bakken Lund (MAY 2017) VERY TINY, YET COMISSIONED GLASS BEADED SPIDERS FOR SÆTHER' UKS GUEST PLAY AT KUNSTNERNES HUS.
SELECTED GLASS WORK — Mordor — Bruce & Lund (2017)
MA GRADUATION PERFORMANCE — K.Bakken Lund (2016) OSLO NATIONAL ACADEMY OF THE ARTS. Photo: Anne Valeur PERSONAL MATERIAL ARCHIVE — K.Bakken Lund (2016) OSLO NATIONAL ACADEMY OF THE ARTS. Photo: Anne Valeur
Selected works above, CV here. Full portfolio upon request. Memberships: Unge Kunstnere Samfund (UKS) The Young Artists Society Norske billedkunstnere (NBK) Norwegian visual artists association Norske Kunsthåndverkere (NK) The Norwegian Association for Arts and Crafts Grafill Norwegian organisation for visual communication
Karoline Bakken Lund (b.1989) trans-disciplined practitioner rooted in art, textile and product design. Based in Oslo, Norway She is the co-founder of mimosa—studio with Thea Urdal and part of the artist duo Bruce&Lund, run by Veronica Bruce and herself. post@karolinebakkenlund.com instagram.com/karolinebakkenlund
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 NEXT UP: Bruce&Lund — decorating the tree Artist tree, holiday decor w/ 24 artists Curated & invited by Ann Iren Buan Astrup Fearnley, Oslo — Dec the 1st