Kaja Kollandsrud

Associate Professor - Department of Collection Management
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Associate professor of paintings and polychrome sculpture. My work involves preventive conservation, examination, and active treatment of painted wood and canvas. I perform research-based preservation and restoration of the objects, as well as the dissemination of knowledge collected about them.

Research interests

  • Medieval painting technique and history of technology:
    Analysis and interpretation of the materials that make up the Middle Ages painted sculpture and panel paintings contribute to the understanding of their physical materiality. The results can challenge theories about what they originally looked like, and contribute knowledge about their intended painterly effects and function. This can also lead to a new understanding of their dating and provenance.
  • Perception of the medieval painterly expression:
    I focus on the visual vocabulary of medieval polychromy, and on three-dimensional sculpture especially.
  • Reconstruction of medieval polychromy:
    Based on scientific investigation we have put theory into practice with experimental physical reconstructed copies of medieval polychromy and panel paintings, using the tools and materials that were available to the medieval painter.
  • Misconceptions of medieval polychromy and its consequence for the value judgments and ill-conceived treatments of these works made in the past, and which still influences how we view these works today.

Cooperation

Cultural heritage 360: Led by Professor Stephen Taylor at Durham University, this project will bring together scientists and social scientists with arts and humanities researchers to identify the future potential and direction of arts and humanities-led interdisciplinary research into the cultural heritage and its record. Where Next? Scoping Future Arts and Humanities Led Research, AHRC financed. My role: CO-I. 

Assistant coordinator in the workgroup for ICOM-CC Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decorations, from 2020.

Teaching

I supervise master students at the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, UiO.

Education

  • 2017: PhD in art history, Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, UiO: Evoking the Divine: The Visual Vocabulary of Sacred Polychrome Wooden Sculpture in Norway between 1100 and 1350.
  • 1992: Diploma in conservation of paintings on wood and canvas. Thesis: Kollandsrud, Kaja. Krusifiks fra Haug kirke Buskerud C nr. 3604: Undersøkelser og behandling, (Varia 27), Universitetets Oldsaksamling, Oslo 1994. For English see Kollandsrud, Kaja. "Vasari's Theory of the Origins of Oil Painting and its Influence on Cleaning Methods: The Ruined Polychromy of the Early Thirteenth Century Crucifix from Haug, Norway." In Sculpture Conservation: Preservation or Interference?, ed. Philip Lindley, Liverpool: Scholar Press, Ashgate, 1997.
Tags: Conservation, Medieval Studies, Art technology, Medieval science, Visual culture, Material culture, Polychromy, Reconstruction

Publications

Kollandsrud, K. (2020) 'Himmelsk formidling i middelalderens malekunst’, Kunst og kultur 103/4, s. 246-258. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18261/issn.1504-3029-2020-04-04

Kollandsrud, K. & B. Kiilerich (2020) ‘Perceiving Matter. Visual, Material and Sensual Communication – an introduction', Clara special issue 1. Hele artikkelsamlingen kan fritt lastes ned her: https://journals.uio.no/CLARA/issue/view/702.  

Kollandsrud, K. & U. Plahter (2019) 'Twelve Century Polychrome at the Northernmost Edge of Europe: Past Analyses and Future Research', Medievalista Online 26, IEM Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Lisbon: 1-40. ISSN 1646-740X.

Forthcoming

Kollandsrud, Kaja. (in print) 'Perceiving the Divine through Light Embodied in Painted Medieval Church Art in Thirteenth-Century Norway'. In Selected papers from the conference Science, Imagination and Wonder: Robert Grosseteste and his Legacy in Oxford, April 2018, Brepols.

Elisabeth Andersen & Kaja Kollandsrud (expected 2022), 'Mary and Child Enthroned and Enshrined, c. 1100-1350' i The Medieval Scandinavian Art Reader (Ed. Margrethe Stang and Laura Tillery).

Kaja Kollandsrud (expected 2022), 'The Role of Material Analysis in Shaping the Study of Medieval Art' i The Medieval Scandinavian Art Reader (Ed. Margrethe Stang and Laura Tillery).

  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Kiilerich, Bente (2020). Perceiving Matter. Visual, Material and Sensual Communication – an introduction. CLARA Classical Art and Archaeology. ISSN 2464-3726. 5. doi: 10.5617/clara.v5i0.7980 Full text in Research Archive
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2020). Himmelsk formidling i middelalderens malerkunst. Kunst og kultur. ISSN 0023-5415. 103(4), p. 246–258. doi: 10.18261/issn.1504-3029-2020-04-04
  • Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). 24 An Early-Gothic Crucifix. In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Leeflang, Micha & Sureda, Marc (Ed.), North & South. Medieval Art from Norway and Catalonia, 1100-1350. WBooks. ISSN 978 94 625 8355 9. p. 145–146.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander (2019). 22 The Crucified King. In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Leeflang, Micha & Sureda, Marc (Ed.), North & South. Medieval Art from Norway and Catalonia, 1100-1350. WBooks. ISSN 978 94 625 8355 9. p. 141–142.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander (2019). 12 Una església en miniatura. In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Leeflang, Micha & Sureda, Marc (Ed.), Nord & Sud. Art medieval de Noruega i Catalunya, 1100-1350. WBooks. ISSN 9789462583658. p. 118–119.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander (2019). 12 Een miniatuurkerk. In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Leeflang, Micha & Sureda, Marc (Ed.), North & South. Middeleeuwse kunst uit Noorwegen en Catalonië 1100-1350. WBooks. ISSN 9789462583542. p. 118–119.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander (2019). 22 De gekruisigde koning. In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Leeflang, Micha & Sureda, Marc (Ed.), North & South. Middeleeuwse kunst uit Noorwegen en Catalonië 1100-1350. WBooks. ISSN 9789462583542. p. 141–142.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander (2019). 12 A Miniature Church. In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Leeflang, Micha & Sureda, Marc (Ed.), North & South. Medieval Art from Norway and Catalonia, 1100-1350. WBooks. ISSN 978 94 625 8355 9. p. 118–119.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander (2019). 22 El rei crucificat. In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Leeflang, Micha & Sureda, Marc (Ed.), Nord & Sud. Art medieval de Noruega i Catalunya, 1100-1350. WBooks. ISSN 9789462583658. p. 141–142.
  • Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). 24 Een vroeggotisch kruisbeeld. In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Leeflang, Micha & Sureda, Marc (Ed.), North & South. Middeleeuwse kunst uit Noorwegen en Catalonië 1100-1350. WBooks. ISSN 9789462583542. p. 145–146.
  • Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). 24 Un crucifix del gòtic primerenc. In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Leeflang, Micha & Sureda, Marc (Ed.), Nord & Sud. Art medieval de Noruega i Catalunya, 1100-1350. WBooks. ISSN 9789462583658. p. 145–146.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2017). Polychrome Light in Medieval Norwegian Church Art (12th–13th Centuries). In Kroesen, Justin Ernest Alexander; Nyborg, Ebbe & Sauerberg, Marie Louise (Ed.), From Conservation to Interpretation: Studies in Religious Art (c. 1100 – c. 1800) in Northern and Central Europe in Honour of Peter Tångeberg. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-3466-5. p. 57–82. Full text in Research Archive
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2016). Accessing the Past in the Present: A search for Meaning in Polychrome Medieval Art. In Henningsson, Anna; Norstrand, Charlotta Hanner & Warscheid, Thomas (Ed.), Medieval Murals in the Church Attics of Östergötland: Technical Art History, Reception History, Value. ICOMOS Sweden. ISSN 978-91-7739-087-9. p. 36–48. Full text in Research Archive
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Huth, Nadine (2014). Beyond the precious: Thirteenth century painterly effects in the sculpted frontal from Komnes, Buskerud in Norway. Publications from the National Museum. Studies in archaeology & history. ISSN 0909-9506. XX, p. 229–246.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2014). A perspective on medieval perception in Norwegian church art. In Streeton, Noëlle Lynn Wenger & Kollandsrud, Kaja (Ed.), Paint and Piety: Collected Essays on Medieval Painting and Polychrome Sculpture. Archetype Publications Ltd.. ISSN 9781909492103. p. 51–66. Full text in Research Archive
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2013). 340 Kruzifix aus Lunder. In Kroker, Martin (Eds.), Credo. Christianisierung europas im mittelalter. Michael Imhof Verlag. ISSN 978-3-86568-827-9. p. 340–341.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2013). 311 Holzkruzifix. In Kroker, Martin (Eds.), Credo. Christianisierung europas im mittelalter. Michael Imhof Verlag. ISSN 978-3-86568-827-9. p. 366–368.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2013). 307 Thronende Madonna aus Dyste. In Kroker, Martin (Eds.), Credo. Christianisierung europas im mittelalter. Michael Imhof Verlag. ISSN 978-3-86568-827-9. p. 307–308.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2012). Evoking the divine. A thirteenth century frontal from Komnes. Zeitschrift für Kunsttechnologie und Konservierung (ZKK). ISSN 0931-7198. 2, p. 355–366.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2006). Teknologisk kartlegging av norsk polykrom treskulptur fra perioden 1100 - 1350. Nytt lys på Madonna fra Veldre, Madonna fra Østsinni og krusifiks fra Tretten. Hikuin. ISSN 0105-8118. 33, p. 123–144.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja; Frøysaker, Tine & Nadolny, Jilleen Schneider (2006). Publications of Unn Plahter. In Nadolny, Jilleen Schneider; Kollandsrud, Kaja; Sauerberg, Marie Louise & Frøysaker, Tine (Ed.), Medieval Painting in Northern Europe: Techniques, Analysis, Art History. Studies in Commemoration of the 70th Birthday of Unn Plahter. Archetype Publications Ltd.. ISSN 1904982212. p. xvii–xx.
  • Frøysaker, Tine & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2006). The Calvary Group in Urnes Stave Church, Norway: A Technological Examination. In Nadolny, Jilleen Schneider; Kollandsrud, Kaja; Sauerberg, Marie Louise & Frøysaker, Tine (Ed.), Medieval Painting in Northern Europe: Techniques, Analysis, Art History. Studies in Commemoration of the 70th Birthday of Unn Plahter. Archetype Publications Ltd.. ISSN 1904982212. p. 43–58.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2006). New Light on the Virgin from Veldre, the Virgin from Østsinni and the Crucifix from Tretten. In Nadolny, Jilleen Schneider; Kollandsrud, Kaja; Sauerberg, Marie Louise & Frøysaker, Tine (Ed.), Medieval Painting in Northern Europe: Techniques, Analysis, Art History. Studies in Commemoration of the 70th Birthday of Unn Plahter. Archetype Publications Ltd.. ISSN 1904982212. p. 76-–90. Full text in Research Archive
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2003). Calvary group from Urnes, A 284, Lab. No. 106. Analyses of paint structures, Den bemalte og forgylte kalvariegruppen fra 1100-tallet i Urnes stavkirke. Konservering 2001-2003. NIKU. ISSN 82-8101-012-6. p. 56–82.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2002). Technological mapping of Norwegian polychrome wooden sculpture, 1100-1350: a preliminary overview. Skrifter - Universitetet i Oslos kulturhistoriske museer. ISSN 1503-0792. 1, p. 125–142.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2002). Appendix: "Maletekniske undersøkelser" i : Gjertsen, R., Den korsfestede Kristus fra Skafså kirke, Tokke kommune i Telemark. Undersøkelser og konservering, (NIKU publikasjoner), Oslo, 2002. In Gundhus, Grete (Eds.), NIKU publikasjoner. NIKU.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2001). Kap 9: Billedhuggerarbeidet. In Gundhus, Grete (Eds.), Stein, Mille: "..med Guld, Sølf oc Farvue..". Den barokke altertavlen i Oslo domkirke som kulturhistorisk kilde. NIKU publikasjoner, Oslo. ISSN 82-426-1273-0. p. 35–43.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (1997). Vasari's theory on the origins of oil painting and its influence on cleaning methods: the ruined polychromy of the early thirteenth century crucifix from Haug, Norway. In Lindley, Phillip (Eds.), Sculpture Conservation - Preservation or Interference?. Scolar Press. ISSN 1 85928 254 7. p. 139–150.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (1997). Acronal 300D®. A Practical Assessment. In Hanssen-Bauer, Françoise & Kollandsrud, Kaja (Ed.), Konserveringsmidler & konserveringsmetoder. Nordisk konservatorforbund. ISSN 82-990745-7-6.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (1996). Teknikk og malemåte / Technique and Painting Methods, Norske frontaler fra middelalderen i Bergen Museum/ Norwegian medieval altar frontals in Bergen Museum. UiB, Bergen Museum. ISSN 82-7466-055-2.

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  • Streeton, Noëlle Lynn Wenger & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2014). Paint and Piety: Collected Essays on Medieval Painting and Polychrome Sculpture. Archetype Publications Ltd.. ISBN 9781909492103. 203 p.
  • Nadolny, Jilleen Schneider; Kollandsrud, Kaja; Sauerberg, Marie Louise & Frøysaker, Tine (2006). Medieval Painting in Northern Europe: Techniques, Analysis, Art History. Studies in Commemoration of the 70th Birthday of Unn Plahter. Archetype Publications Ltd.. ISBN 1904982212. 286 p.
  • Skaug, Erling; Hanssen-Bauer, Françoise & Kollandsrud, Kaja (1999). Conservare necesse est : festskrift til Leif Einar Plahter på hans 70-årsdag. Nordisk konservatorforbund, Den norske seksjon. ISBN 82-990745-8-4. 264 p.
  • Hanssen-Bauer, Françoise & Kollandsrud, Kaja (1997). Konserveringsmidler & konserveringsmetoder. Nordisk konservatorforbund. ISBN 82-990745-7-6. 303 p.

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  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2021). The Visual Vocabulary of Medieval Polychromy in a Christian Context.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2021). Middelalderens malte kirkekunst: Hva kan den fortelle?
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2021). The holy animated through light embodied in medieval church art.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2020). Det hellige i farger og glitrende metaller.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2020). Communicating the holy. The visual language of church art in Norway between 1100 and 1350.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). The lost lustre of medieval polychromy: What does it mean for our perception, and how do we treat it?
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). Evoking the Divine: The Visual Vocabulary of Polychrome Wooden Sculpture in Norway between 1100 and 1350.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). Et glimt av det hellige i middelalderens kirkekunst.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). Visuell kommunikasjon i polykrom skulptur fra perioden mellom 1100 og 1350. Hva ser vi på?
  • Arntsen, Øyvind; Schumacher, Jan & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). Omvisning i middelalderens polykrome univers i middelalderutstillingen på Kulturhistoriske museum. [Radio]. NRK P2.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). Å fremkalle det hellige. Hva kan middelalderens maleri fortelle oss?
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). Beyond the surface: Exploring meaning through the materiality of church art perceived in its medieval context.
  • Arntsen, Øivind; Kollandsrud, Kaja; Etting, Vivian & Sissel F., Plahte (2019). Fiat lux i middelalderen. [Radio]. Museum NRK P2.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2019). The materiality of the holy in medieval art.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). Tilstede og tilgjengelig/ Present and Available. In Bjerregaard, Peter (Eds.), Forvandling - tro og hellige gjenstander i middelalderen. Museumsforlaget AS. ISSN 9788283050615. p. 44–47.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). Med helgenen som guide/ Guided by the Saint. In Bjerregaard, Peter (Eds.), Forvandling - tro og hellige gjenstander i middelalderen. Museumsforlaget AS. ISSN 9788283050615. p. 6–10.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). Mellom himmel og jord/ Between Heaven and Earth. In Bjerregaard, Peter (Eds.), Forvandling - tro og hellige gjenstander i middelalderen. Museumsforlaget AS. ISSN 9788283050615. p. 68–71.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). Middelalderens malte kirkekunst: Hva har vi og hva kan den fortelle? .
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). The Divine Communicated through Embodied Light in Medieval Sculpture in Norway.
  • Flydal, Lars O. & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). Himmelsk lys over mørk middelalder. [Newspaper]. Vårt land.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). ‘Done in earth, as it is in heaven' The making and meaning of medieval church art.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). What should art history learn from conservation studies (and vice versa)?
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). The Holistic Universe of the Middle Ages as a Guide in the Search for Potential Meaning in Medieval Polychrome.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Roar, Østgårdsgjelten (2017). Middelalderen var slett ikke de mørke århundrene som tidligere historikere vil ha det til. [Journal]. Aftenposten historie.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2017). In the Light of Mary.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2017). Polykromi som visuell meningsbærer på 11- og 1200-tallet.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2017). Mechanisms of Sacred Communication: Twelve Century Polychrome at the Northernmost Edge of Europe.
  • Harvey, Joshua; Kollandsrud, Kaja & Hannah, Smithson (2017). Not all that glitters: probing material perception with a physical imitation-gold stimulus.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja & Prusac Lindhagen, Marina (2016). Skal Nasjonalgalleriet være statisk eller dynamisk? Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.). ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Prusac Lindhagen, Marina; Stige, Morten; Aavitsland, Kristin Bliksrud; Kollandsrud, Kaja; Andås, Margrete Syrstad & Bandlien, Bjørn [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2016). Nasjonalgalleriets gjenfødsel. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.). ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2016). The Depiction of the Eucharist in Norwegian Medieval Art.
  • Bjørdal, Sondre; Schonhowd, Iver & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2016). Fattigdom bevarte unik middelalderkunst . [Newspaper]. Vårt land.
  • Bjørdal, Sondre; Kollandsrud, Kaja; Aavitsland, Kristin Bliksrud & Schonhowd, Iver (2016). Verne eller ikke verne: Er det best å la den fremste kirkekunsten stå trygt på museum, eller utsatt til i en kirke? . [Newspaper]. Vårt land.
  • Prusac Lindhagen, Marina; Stige, Morten; Aavitsland, Kristin Bliksrud; Kollandsrud, Kaja; Andås, Margrete Syrstad & Bandlien, Bjørn [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2016). Hjem til Nasjonalgalleriet. Morgenbladet. ISSN 0805-3847.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2015). Enlightened by colour in medieval Norway.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2015). Sculpting with light: The technology and materiality of colour in the 13th century.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2015). Polychrome Light in Medieval Norwegian Church Art from the 12th and 13th Century.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2014). The materiality of polychrome church art in Medieval Norway 1100-1350. An introduction to the material and the aim of the study.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2014). The vocabulary of sacred medieval polychrome sculpture in Norway in the thirteenth century.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2014). Medieval polychrome sculpture in Norway as presented in Kulturhistorisk museum.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2014). The presence of medieval sculpture in the liturgical space.
  • Stige, Morten; Kollandsrud, Kaja; Aavitsland, Kristin Bliksrud; Hauglid, Kjartan & Bandlien, Bjørn (2013). Middelalderen er broen. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.). ISSN 0804-3116. p. 10–10.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2013). Evoking the divine. Materiality of sacred polychrome wooden sculpture in Norway from the period 1100-1350.
  • Vedeler, Marianne & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2013). Millionskrinet kan tilhøre Sverige. [TV]. NRK Østafjells.
  • Vedeler, Marianne & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2013). Sender skrinet til Kulturhistorisk museum. [Newspaper]. Varden.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2012). Frontalet fra Tingelstad I. Historien om maleriet som kom hjem igjen – i en ny versjon av originalen.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2011). Colours, Presence and the Divine.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2010). A perspective on medieval perception of Norwegian church art.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2010). Den fargerike middelalderen. Undersøkelser av middelalderens maleteknikker.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2010). Rekonstruksjon av et panelmaleri fra middelalderen. Frontale fra Tingelstad (I) i Oppland.
  • Hutchings, Jeremy Donald & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2010). Allowable micro-climatic variations in polychrome wood.
  • Hutchings, Jeremy Donald & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2010). Assessing the impact of the museum environment on polychrome sculpture & frontals in the Museum of Cultural History (Oslo).
  • Hutchings, Jeremy Donald & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2009). Klimaskader på Historisk museum? Fortidsvern. ISSN 1504-4645.
  • Hutchings, Jeremy Donald & Kollandsrud, Kaja (2009). Forbedring av klima er ikke umulig. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.). ISSN 0804-3116. p. 3–3.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2008). Polychromy.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja; Solhaug, Mona Bramer & Vedeler, Marianne (2008). Møt middelalderen på Kulturhistorisk museum.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2008). Skapet fra Berg, Senja, Troms C2911 i KHM, UiO. Dets proveniens, konstruksjon og maletekniske oppbygning.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2007). The relief frontal from Komnes, Norway. A golden image created in paint.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2004). Teknologisk kartlegging av norsk bemalt treskulptur i perioden 1100-1350.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2001). Technological mapping of Norwegian polychrome wooden sculpture, 1100-1350, by way of databases: a preliminary overview.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (1999). Systematic Mapping of Norwegian Polychrome Wooden Sculpture, dating from 1100 to 1350.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (1998). Angående konservatortittelen. Museumsnytt. ISSN 0027-4186. 5.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (1998). Polychromy Revived. Knowledge Retrieved through Investigations of Medieval Art.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (1997). Acronal 300D®. A Practical Assessment.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (1993). Vasari's theory on the origins of oil painting and its influence on cleaning methods: the ruined polychromy of the early thirteenth century crucifix from Haug, Norway.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (2018). Evoking the Divine: The Visual Vocabulary of Sacred Polychrome Wooden Sculpture in Norway from the period between 1100 and 1350. University of Oslo, Faculty of Humanities.
  • Kollandsrud, Kaja (1994). Krusifiks fra Haug kirke Buskerud. C nr. 3604. Undersøkelser og behandling. Universitetets Oldsaksamling. ISSN 82-7181-115-0. 27.

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