Studio Visits: Camilla Luihn

A studio visit with jewellery and metal artist Camilla Luihn to talk about her artistic practice, teaching, and opening up her studio as a project space for art jewellery

In this film, metal and jewellery artist Camilla Luihn talks about some of the different materials and techniques that she uses in her practice, including her extensive exploration of enameling over the past years. She also talks about sharing her knowledge and research through teaching, and the motivation to establish PORTABEL. We also learn more about her projects as part of the artist collective ARKIVET, and her upcoming exhibition projects in Norway and abroad.

Camilla Luihn
's (b. 1968) artistic practice includes different interdisciplinary techniques and mediums, but with a focus on jewellery and metal art. In addition to her practice as a solo artist, she is part of the artist collective ARKIVET. She also works as an assistant professor of metal art and jewellery at Oslo National Academy of the Arts and runs PORTABEL, a project space in Oslo that showcase contemporary art jewellery and metal work.

Direction: Norwegian Crafts and Revers Produksjon
Videography and editing: Revers Produksjon
Graphic design: Parabol Studio

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About the Studio Visits film series

Norwegian Crafts is looking at alternative ways to connect artists, duojárat and makers with curators and institutions both in Norway and beyond. Through this film series we invite you into the studios of Norwegian and Norway-based artists, where they generously share from their practice and talk about current and upcoming projects. The films are available to watch on Vimeo, YouTube and Instagram/IGTV.

Supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.