Nedreaas works in a variety of media including drawing, sculpture and photography and is best known for her intriguing and uncanny films. Assembled into rhythmic multi-screen installations with a symbolically rich and visual language, her film works often portray solitary performers, absorbed in their own acts but isolated from their usual audience and stage.

Her disconcerting work conveys a sense of instability and fragility. Through intimate, playful performances and makeshift materials, she explores our shared experience of a temporal existence in a relentless eternity.

Nedreaas´ work has been exhibited worldwide. Notably at the billboards of Times Square in New York, in the Mori Art Museum (Tokyo), PS1 MoMa (NY), Kunstwerke (Berlin), Palazzo delle Arti (Napoli), Everson Museum (NY), Kunstverein Schwerin, New Center for Contemporary Art (Louisville), MACRO, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea (Rome), International Biennial Bienalsur in Buenos Aires, Boca Raton Museum in Miami, Art Pavilion in Zagreb, Albright Knox Gallery (Buffalo, NY), Astrup Fearnley (Oslo). 

She is represented in private as well as in public collections like the National museum in Oslo, KODE art museum in Bergen, Stavanger Kunstmuseum, Albright Knox Collection USA, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein Berlin and Staatliches Museum Schwerin Germany. Nedreaas has developed commissioned artworks for Den Norske Opera og Ballett in Oslo, Koksa property at Fornebu and for Inspiria Science Centre in Moss. 

Trine Lise Nedreaas studied art history at the University of Bergen and Fine Art in London at Central Saint Martin school of Fine Art and at the Slade School of Fine Art. After many years in London and Berlin, Nedreaas now lives and works in her hometown Bergen in Norway.