Born in Fredrikstad and now based in Oslo, interdisciplinary designer Anette Krogstad holds a bachelor degree in product design from Oslo and Akershus university college of applied science and a Master degree in ceramics from Oslo National academy of the Arts.

She works at the intersection of art, design and craft and her projects are often and mostly inspired by food and our relationship with and around it. Her tableware has been commissioned by a number of restaurants - including Pjoltergeist, Lysverket and the Michelin-starred Ylajali - and she has been involved in both the ceramics and concept development behind pop-up events including Restaurant Day, Ete Supper Club and Lysverket Friends.

She works on preserving traditional crafting skills such as wheelthrowing, coiling and pinching her ceramic objects, with a special fascination for glazing and glazing techniques. At the same time moving forward and reflecting over new trends and movements in the society - especially with a focus on the importance of our interpersonal meetingpoint around the table.


2012-2014: Master Degree in visual arts, Oslo national academy of the arts,
2008-2011: Bachelor degree in product design, Oslo and Akershus university college,
2003-2005: Art school Bergen, two year privat school,

PRACTICE                                                                                                                                                           2015 May-July: Trainee at the workshop of Würtz ceramics, Hatting Denmark                                         


2016 October Norway Designs Vol.3 - Seksten                                                                               2016 Norwegian Structure, Fuori Salone, Milano                                                                          2016 Pottery Is Back! Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo                                                                             2015 The Christmas market no 115, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo                                                      2015 Norway Designs NÅ, Vol 2 - Skala, Oslo                                                                                2015 Norwegian Presence, Ventura Lambrate, Milan                                                                     2015 40 Kunsthåndverk 1975-2015, Is It So Collective, Oslo
2015 August 27-30th Gift and interior fare, Lillestrøm
2014 Master Degree exhibition, KhiO
2014 April "Samtidsarkeologi del 1" Hesselbergsgate 8b, Oslo
2014 March 13-16th "The Ceramic Object" Oslo national academy of the arts
2014 March 12-18th Talente 2014, Munich
2013 May 10th Kunstresepsjonen Fredrikstad
2011 June 10-17th Bachelor exhibition DogA
2011 Desember "Potpuriet", group exhibition,Sound of Mu
2010 On Off, group exhibition, DogA
2005 Degree group exhibition, art school Bergen.

2015 October 27th, Mummi drar på ferie - collaboration with restaurant Poltergeist
2015 October 12th, Lysverket Friends - Megan and Colby Garrets
2015 August 16th "Kitchen at St.hanshaugen" Restaurant Day
2015 April Firing Up Ceramic Ceminar, "Det keramiske måltid"                                                 2014 Participant on ETE supperclub`s event at The National Gallery Oslo, 15th of June           2014 17th of may - "Måltidets Poiesis"

WORK                                                                                                                                                   2016 Serving objects for restaurant Justisen, Oslo                                                                        2016 Text for magasin;Kunsthåndverk, nr3/2016; The Plate                                                       2016 Text for A New Type of Imprint, vol.6; The Poises of the Meal.                                          2015 Objects sold at the gallery shop at Buskerud Kunstsenter                                                   2015 Serving Objects for restaurant Alex Sushi, Oslo                                                                    2013 - collaboration with restaurant Ylajali , Oslo         

 Foto; Birgit Solhaug

Foto; Birgit Solhaug