Born in Oslo, Norway, in 1970, Lise Wulff first studied economics and business administration before deciding to pursue an artistic career and, returning to school to study art for three years at Det Tverrfaglige Kunstinstitutt, graduated in 2004. Wulff is involved in several art projects related to dignity and to the environment - she is a supporting artist of the UN-led initiative Safe Planet, a member of NBK, the professional organisation for visual artists in Norway, the leader of BKiB, the organisation for professional artist in Bærum, and the founder of the environmental art project The Scream from Nature, which aims to raise consciousness about the relationship between humans and nature. Recent exhibitions include a site-specific installation at the Berger Museum, Fosskleiva, Norway (2014), IzloĹžba 34. i 35. at Treci Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia (2013), City Rooms, a site/time-specific installation at Bærum Kunstforening, Sandvika, Norway (2013), Lost Garden at the Henie Onstad Art Centre, Høvikodden, Norway (2012), and Beneath at Galerie Califia, Horazdovice, Czech Republic (also 2012).