VU 2010, Stavanger Society of Fine Art. Detail, total size 38x3m
 VU 2010, Stavanger Society of Fine Art. Detail.
 VU 2010, Stavanger kunstforening. Detalj
 VU 2010, Stavanger Society of Fine Art. Detail.
 VU 2010, Stavanger Society of Fine Art. Detail, total size 38x3m     DRAWING AND TOPOGRAPHY       Anne Sara Loe has a background as an architect. She uses her knowledge and experience of spatial processes and architectural devices, incorporating space as an aspect of her artistic project. She also collaborates with her husband, the architect Helge Aarset, on the drawing projects “Flyktig topografi – geografiske organismer” (Transient Topography – Geographical Organisms) and “Trace”. In these, they draw directly on walls, converting bare rooms into visual “books” that merge landscapes, maps and microorganisms into flows of contours, lines and outlines.-   from text by Anne Karin Jortveit 2016
  - Initiating such a project inevitably involves physical and mental investment. The entire drawing process can be viewed as a slow, extended performance. As the lines expand, every movement of the hand and pencil calls for intense focus, as if each tiny displacement amounted to an important choice for the space as a whole. Each finished line encapsulates this performative presence.-  Anne Karin Jortveit 2016
 Møre og Romsdal Kunstsenter 2007
 Møre og Romsdal Kunstsenter 2007, detalj
 Møre og Romsdal Kunstsenter 2007, detalj
 Møre og Romsdal Kunstsenter 2007
 Møre og Romsdal Kunstsenter 2007, detalj
 Møre og Romsdal Kunstsenter 2007, detalj
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