Dr Margareth Troli


Margareth predominantly works with the medium of glass, combining digital production and traditional making processes. She has received numerous prizes, awards and scholarships for her artwork. She has participated in several international exhibitions and design fairs, such SOFA New York, the British Glass Biennale (UK,) 100% Design, (UK), Designers Block, (UK), Coburger Glass Prize Exhibition, (DE), Design Mart (UK). She has also exhibited at the House of Commons in the British Parliament.


Troli’s artwork can be found in the collections of the Broadfield House Glass Museum (UK), which holds one of the largest collections of Glass Art in the UK and the Ernsting Stiftung Glass Museum (DE). Her research has been presented at several technical conferences and art conferences in Europe and USA.  


Margareth has recently completed 'Aurora Syntax' a glass and lighting sculpture for the foyer of a new cutural centre in Northern Norway. Kulturfabrikken, Sortland, was buitld by LPO architects and opened in October 2014.

Details about work or recent projects
Margareth has recently completed a large public art commission, a permanent installation for a new culture house in Norway, which is due to open in October 2014. The installation is an inspiration of the Northern Lights and includes 140 glass elements suspended from a ceiling in a waveform. The installation combines glass and LED sequences of light, constantly changing. Pictures of the commission will be available to see after the official opening. The commission has taken 1.5 years from design to completion.