Galleri Riis

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The Paris Abstractions, 2015. Installation consisting of 14 pigment sculptures, dimension variable and 4 watercolours, each 28 x 32 cm. Installation view NN-A NN-A NN-A: New Norwegian Abstraction, Stavanger Art Museum, 2016

The Paris Abstractions, 2015. Installation consisting of 14 pigment sculptures, dimension variable and 4 watercolours, each 28 x 32 cm. Installation view NN-A NN-A NN-A: New Norwegian Abstraction, Stavanger Art Museum, 2016

A River in the Ocean, 2015, plaster, aluminum, medicinal plant (Verbena). A site-specific project for the 12th Havana Biennial, 2015

A River in the Ocean, 2015, plaster, aluminum, medicinal plant (Mano Poderosa, Okuje). A site-specific project for the 12th Havana Biennial, 2015

Forms of Resistance, 2016, paint on polyester, vlieseline, black cotton, suitcase corners, variable sizes. Installation view Marte Johnslien, Forms of Resistance, Elephant Kunsthall, Lillehammer, 2015

Installation view Marte Johnslien, Forms of Protest, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, 2014-2015

Prayers (1-4), 2014, photographs printed and mounted on textile, each 77 x 118 cm, ed. 4. Installation view Marte Johnslien, Forms of Protest, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, 2014-2015

Installation view, Marte Johnslien, Relevo, Galleri Riis, 2014

The Human no 4, 2013, chalk-based and pigmented marble paste on mdf, 244 x 183 x 1,2 cm

The Human no 4, 2013, detail

Self-Portrait as a Painting, photograph, 50 x 60 cm

Bedouin, 2012, acrylic (titanium white) and textile on canvas, travel easel, dimension variable. Installation view Marte Johnslien, The Whitest White, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo, 2012

The Whitest White, 2012, C-print, 50 x 70 cm (each). Installation view Marte Johnslien, The Whitest White, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo, 2012

From the series The Whitest White, 2012, C-print, 50 x 70 cm

Blindfold, 2011, steel and two-way mirror, 2 x 15,5 m. Collection Gulating Lagmannsrett, Bergen, Norway

Forente Nyanser, 2011, installation consisting of 14 sculptures (made of chicken wire, felt, acrylic plaster, pigment, iron powder and epoxy), carpet, rope and two framed bookpages from a book on Goethe╩╝s colour theory. Variable sizes.
Collection The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Norway

Forente Nyanser, 2011, detail

M.310, 2008, MDF boards, paint and plastic tubes, 6,5 m x 2,8 m x 3,6 m. Installation view, Marte Johnslien, 18 % Gray, 0047 Oslo, 2008

M.310, 2008, detail

18% Gray, 2008, MDF boards, paint, steel rods, 2 m x 1,5 m

Plein Soleil, 2008, MDF boards, paint,1,2 m x 0,4 m x 0,3 m