Eline McGeorge’s work spans abstraction, concrete references, and documentary. Democratic problems, environmental issues, feminist legacy, and science fiction comprise McGeorge’s oeuvre. These themes are brought together through drawing, animation, collage, artist books, and weaving. In her solo exhibition “As Spaces Fold, Companions Meet” at Oslo Kunstforening, the artist explored folds as a visual and thematic motif. McGeorge’s drawn characters inhabit a science fictional world inspired by an interpretation of folded space, which allows fictional and actual characters to meet and be cast into new constellations across time and space. Alienation and hybridization are recurring traits of the characters populating these works.
Born in Norway, McGeorge has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. Solo exhibitions include Oslo Kunstforening, Hollybush Gardens in London, Gallery Kirkhoff in Copenhagen, Fotogalleriet in Oslo, Display Gallery in Prague, and Gallery Niklas von Bartha in London. McGeorge is the recipient of many grants, awards, and residencies including the Norwegian Arts Concil Project Grant, Ingrid Lindback Langaard Foundation Grant, and Camden Art Centre and Delfina Studios residency exchange program in Prague.