Beatrice Alvestad Lopez is a visual artist from Oslo, Norway having previously worked and lived in London whose artworks concern ritual, myth and poetic narratives in landscapes. Beatrice holds a BA from Nuova Accademia di belle Arti, Milan with an exchange at Pratt Institute, NY. Beatrice created a project in Iceland where she worked along the coast of Gorvik for a month collecting residue and performing ritual like actions in the landscape that involve the works; Blue River, Worm Workings and Stone Circle. She is concerned with protecting and nurturing the environment as well as revealing the universal patterns of nature. A process-based form that require vigilant interaction with the environment as well as being open for the spontaneous and unpredictable.  She works in the intersection of ancient shamanistic traditions and modern revelations that take the form of land-based works and installations containing film, photo, residue and painting. Her most recent project on Water has led her on a sailboat residency in Scotland, observing water patterns and cycles documenting it by photo and film.

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