* Biography
Participatory projects
  Push back
  Woven Network Nordics
    The Kintsugi Project
  Seven Artists – Seven Colours
    Edit Palestine
    100 Meters
    Ramallah Trondheim Series
    Apertura Namdalseid
    Bridging Zip-Code 65
    Three Ways of Framing
    My home
    These Were Not Chosen
    Things Tend To Be Different Than You Think
    Invisible Visible
    Women in Health- and Care Work
Photographic works
  Frontline Cleaning Workers
    East Jerusalem, Palestine
    Palestinian Gestures
    Away Game
    Truth On The Ground
    On/Off Stage
    Documenting While Caring
    Easter Parade Behind the Wall
    Occupied West Bank Scouts
    Icelandic Encounters
  Labor Day
  Reykjavik Riots
Artist's books
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BRYNHILD BYE-TILLER (b. 1968, Levanger) is a Norwegian artist and photographer based in Trondheim. Since 2006 Brynhild Bye-Tiller has produced a body of work that explores constructions of social space by using photography as representation of marginalized populations, activism, a tool of participation, dialogue and learning. Her work alternates between individual work with documentary photography and an engaging practice with different communities. Common to the individual and collective work is the use of photography. Among recurrent themes are women's right, social justice and migration. She uses narrative photography and participatory methodologies to explore these issues and to engage the public in site specific and sometimes ephemeral projects. Participants are immigrant women, refugees, asylum seekers, health care workers, cleaning workers, kindergarten workers, people with disabilities, next-of-kin and others. The work is organized in projects, in collaboration with public institutions, private organisations, artists and others. Projects have been carried out in Trøndelag (central of Norway), the Nordic countries and in the Middle East as well as digitally. 9 out of 10 productions are shown outside traditional viewing venues, in an exhibition or in a publication. Different materials and different methods are a central part of the practice and, to varying degrees, part of the final product.

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ADDRESS: Brynhild Bye-Tiller, Hans Hagerupsgate 4B, 7012 Trondheim, Norway.
EMAIL: brynhildbye (at) online.no
RESUME/CV: Brynhild Bye-Tiller      



About Brynhild Bye-Tiller
Brynhild Bye-Tiller is a feminist, an activist, a producer and as part of her profession she curates & produce & installs exhibitions. She writes about photography and she produce information and communication materials. She is also the co-founder and Chairman of the Non-Profit Organization BEAT FFKK which support's female artists and the legacy of deceased artist Eli Anne Tiller.

Brynhild Bye-Tiller is a graduate from NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology (1996), Academy of Arts in Trondheim (1990-95) and Iceland Academy of the Arts (1992). She has completed a number of projects and exhibitions, both in Norway, Europe & the Middle East. She has been the recipient of numerous grants and support for her projects. Her latest solo exhibition was at Heimdal Art Association (2019). She has exhibited in Studio 44 (2021), Stockholm, Nord-Trøndelag Kunstmuseum (2018), Our Lady Church and North-East Quadrant of Trondheim Square (2017), Nandor Mikola Gallery, Vaasa in the First Triennial of the Collaborative Arts in Finland (2016), Al-Tireh street, Ramallah, occupied West Bank, Palestine (2015) and KUNTSI, Museum of Modern Art Vaasa (2011).

Brynhild Bye-Tiller has published several artists books including The Kintsugi Project (2021), Icelandic topography (2020), East Jerusalem Palestine (2019), 100 meters (2018), Icelandic encounters (2015) and On/Off stage (2014). She was a producer for Art in Nordland - Artistic Interruptions and Artscape Nordland in Nordland county, projects with international artists. She participated in development and implementation of the art project LevArt in Levanger municipality and the art festival Trondheim Open in Trondheim. She worked extensively with development of the artist-run institution; Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst in Trondheim and the Norwegian regional exhibition; Trøndelagsutstillingen as a Chairman of the Artist Union.


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