Stephanie Norberg
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About

Stephanie Norberg received her MFA in sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2011. She creates immersive environments that reference subcultures, plays upon the notions of value and worth, and touch upon the general notion of spirituality and self-identification within the framework of contemporary culture. These environments also deal with issues relating to DIY culture and the relevance of wonder and phenomena while existing in a digitally driven world. Within these environments she creates fragments of subcultures spanning time from historical to contemporary movements. These fragments of already existing subcultures work together to talk about the human condition for the need to identify within a group. Her environments not only speak to this need to identify with a larger whole but also are self-reflexive of her own personal narrative and interests.

Location
Brooklyn, NY
Studio Location
Email
stephnorberg@gmail.com
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Untitled (dead party)
Untitled (dead party)
cardboard, duct tape, strobe lights, theatre gels, foil confetti, osb, wood, cinder block, tinsel, LED light display, acrylic cube, plastic diamond, and projected video, 2011
Untitled (floating cube)
Untitled (floating cube)
shower curtains, tinsel, monofilament, clear latex balloons and projected video, 2011
Untitled (mountain)
Untitled (mountain)
digital collage, 2011
Untitled (mountainess pixelation)
Untitled (mountainess pixelation)
digital collage, 2011
Untitled (captcha)
Untitled (captcha)
digital collage, 2013
Untitled (cone)
Untitled (cone)
ink, colored pencil, and gold marker, 2013
Untitled (crystal mountain ying-yang)
Untitled (crystal mountain ying-yang)
digital collage, 2012
Untitled (light stage)
Untitled (light stage)
cardboard, duct tape, black-out fabric, pvc pipe, plywood, cinder blocks, el-wire battery operated lights, tinsel, rope light, sound and projected video, 2011
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Untitled
cardboard, duct tape, various LED lights, acrylic paint, tinsel, and glass box, 2013
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