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Marte Johnslien

Marte Johnslien (1977) is a visual artist who lives and works in Oslo. She works with sculpture, installation art and artist’s books. Her work has previously been shown at the Norwegian National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design (2013), The Astrup Fearnley Museum of Art (2008, 2016), Museum of Contemporary Art in Antwerp (2011), and in the 12th Havana Biennial in 2015. She has had solo exhibitions in Lillehammer Art Museum (2018), Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (2014), Galleri Riis (2011, 2013) and Kristiansand Kunsthall (2013). Her work is included in the collections of the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter and Lillehammer Art Museum.

Johnslien defended her PhD thesis in 2020. Read more about her PhD project

Research results

  • Ingrid Halland & Marte Johnslien: Kunsthistorie vs kunstnerisk forskning? (2022).
    Other presentation. More information
  • Ingrid Halland & Marte Johnslien: The Materiality of White (2022).
    Academic lecture. More information
  • Marte Johnslien, Karen Elle Gaup & Cameron Woolford: Issue 1, The Vessel Magazine: Living Archives. Edited by Karen Elle Gaup, Cameron Woolford and Marte Johnslien (2021).
    Editorial. More information
  • Marte Johnslien: CLINAMEN (2021).
    Art exhibition. More information
  • Marte Johnslien: Materiality draws attention sideways - on experimental ceramic sculpture (2021).
    Lecture. More information
  • Ingrid Halland & Marte Johnslien: How Norway Made the World Whiter (2021).
    Lecture. More information
  • Marte Johnslien: White to Earth (2020).
    Visual Arts. More information
  • Marte Johnslien & Erik Jacobsen: Marte Johnslien: Hvitt til jord (2020).
    Interview. More information
  • Marte Johnslien: Hvitt til Jord (2020).
    Art exhibition. More information
  • Marte Johnslien: Circumstantial Sculpture. REFLECTION (2019).
    Doctoral dissertation (research archive). More information