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The artworks of Ståle Sørensen
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2015 Forest View by Ståle Sørensen The sculpture is situated at Valle Hovin footballground in Oslo. The sculpture function as a observation tower. Forest View is made in oakwood. Inside there is a spiral-shaped staircase made in plywood.

2015 Forest View by Ståle Sørensen The sculpture is situated at Valle Hovin footballground in Oslo. The sculpture function as a observation tower. Forest View is made in oakwood. Inside there is a spiral-shaped staircase made in plywood.

House for campfires. Sculpture that function as a place to gather together and burn campfires. Sculpture by Ståle Sørensen. Situated at Nidarvoll in Trondheim

House for campfires. Sculpture that function as a place to gather together and burn campfires. Sculpture by Ståle Sørensen. Situated at Nidarvoll in Trondheim

2015 Forest View by Ståle Sørensen The sculpture is situated at Valle Hovin footballground in Oslo. The sculpture function as a observation tower. Forest View is made in oakwood. Inside there is a spiral-shaped staircase made in plywood.

2015 Forest View by Ståle Sørensen The sculpture is situated at Valle Hovin footballground in Oslo. The sculpture function as a observation tower. Forest View is made in oakwood. Inside there is a spiral-shaped staircase made in plywood.

Colony Collapse Disorder. Sculpture by Ståle Sørensen. Painted brass on a hollow apple tree

Colony Collapse Disorder. Sculpture by Ståle Sørensen. Painted brass on a hollow apple tree

Ståle Sørensen "shaft" 2014 Plywood sculpture

Ståle Sørensen "shaft" 2014 Plywood sculpture

Ståle Sørensen "shaft" 2014 Plywood sculpture

Ståle Sørensen "shaft" 2014 Plywood sculpture

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Learning by doing  by Ståle Sørensen (2016) is an artwork made for Mørkved Primary School located in the Municipality of Ringsaker, Norway. The sculpture is made of a foundation in cement shaped as a question mark seen from above. On the foundation a construction of massive oak is erected. This construction function as a playground or a fortress for kids play.

Learning by doing by Ståle Sørensen (2016) is an artwork made for Mørkved Primary School located in the Municipality of Ringsaker, Norway. The sculpture is made of a foundation in cement shaped as a question mark seen from above. On the foundation a construction of massive oak is erected. This construction function as a playground or a fortress for kids play.

2015 «What does the fjord say» is a public artwork by Ståle Sørensen at Brattørkaia in the city of Trondheim. The title of the sculpture refers to the surroundings of the sculpture, The fjord, the pop museum and Sintef maritime science center. It also refers to the fact that the sculpture is a sound sculpture. The wind makes objects move inside the sculpture to make interesting sounds.

2015 «What does the fjord say» is a public artwork by Ståle Sørensen at Brattørkaia in the city of Trondheim. The title of the sculpture refers to the surroundings of the sculpture, The fjord, the pop museum and Sintef maritime science center. It also refers to the fact that the sculpture is a sound sculpture. The wind makes objects move inside the sculpture to make interesting sounds.

2015 «What does the fjord say» is a public artwork by Ståle Sørensen at Brattørkaia in the city of Trondheim. The title of the sculpture refers to the surroundings of the sculpture, The fjord, the pop museum and Sintef maritime science center. It also refers to the fact that the sculpture is a sound sculpture. The wind makes objects move inside the sculpture to make interesting sounds.

2015 «What does the fjord say» is a public artwork by Ståle Sørensen at Brattørkaia in the city of Trondheim. The title of the sculpture refers to the surroundings of the sculpture, The fjord, the pop museum and Sintef maritime science center. It also refers to the fact that the sculpture is a sound sculpture. The wind makes objects move inside the sculpture to make interesting sounds.

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