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Mikkel Wettre

Mikkel Wettre


Mikkel Wettre is an artist and Professor of visual arts. He has worked extensively with sculpture and public art both as a professional artist and as a consultant for public commissions. His artistic research is mainly focused on materiality and human-technology relations, which he investigates through a practical exploration of both artistic processes and artifacts. His pedagogical competence has strong support for experiential and problem-based learning covering both art- and design methodologies. Since 2019 he is also a professor of three-dimensional form at the institute of design at the University of Bergen. He is a member of the Norwegian National Arts Association (NBK) and National Sculptors´ Association (NBF).

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Research projects

  • FeLT- Futures of Living Technologies

    From a perspective of ecological crisis, FeLT- Futures of Living Technologies, engages in the relations and intersections that occur between human beings, living environments and machines, relations on the edge of how we experience aliveness today.

Scientific publications

Berg, Arild; Rodrigues, Osmar Vicente; Haugen, Sigrid; Puhkan, Urmas; Stoltenberg, Einar; Wettre, Mikkel (2016). Material innovation: case studies of tangible working material in technology, art and design. Boks, Casparus Burghardus; Sigurjónsson, Jóhannes B.; Steinert, Martin; Vis, Anne Carlijn; Wulvik, Andreas (Ed.). Proceedings of NordDesign 2016. Collaboration & Creativity. p. 278-287. The Design Society.

These publications are obtained from Cristin. The list may be incomplete