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Aurora Passero’s works in woven and dyed nylon can be experienced as monumental installations in the field between sculpture and painting. Building on a broad interest in different cultural expressions such as popular and underground culture, handcraft, ethnology and art history, Passero creates spatial compositions where she explores opposing states between material, space, form and content.


“I like to think of weaving as a larger, more complex metaphor that can be about time, repetition, touch, and experience. Weaving provides a limited, focused period – from start to a finished result. It is a meditative state where I digest thoughts around what I create. At the same time, I physically experience how the woven material can behave by manipulating the methods I use in different ways. In this way, weaving is a central process for my practice, and a method that is indispensable for the result.”


Aurora Passero (1984)


Aurora Passero is an Italian - Norwegian artist who lives and works in Oslo, Norway. She studied at Glasgow School of Art and at the Oslo Academy of Art where she graduated in 2011. 


Selected solo exhibitions include Woven Signals, Galleri Haaken; Solid Blossom, TSSK; Crystal Set, Galleri Haaken; Silvery Actions, Vigelandmuseet; Affections, Kunstnernes Hus.


Selected group exhibitions include “Sensory Response”, Formation Gallery, Chopenhagen; The Drawing Triennal, Oslo; “Ode to a Dish Rag”, Hymne to a Tiger, Kunsthall Stavanger; “NNA-NNA-NNA”, Stavanger Kunstmuseum and Astrup Fearnley Museet; Europe, Europe, Astrup Fearnley Museet; Tusen Tråder, Lillehammer Kunstmuseum; Norwegian Sculpture Biennial, Vigelandmuseet; 24 Spaces/1857, Malmö Konsthall; I Tråd Med Tiden, Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum and Glasgow International.


She has completed several public art commissions, including Jotun HQ, Sandefjord (2022), Danderyd Hospital, Stockholm (2020), The Norwegian Parliament, Oslo (2019) and The Norwegian Embassy in Rome (2012).

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