Marte Gunnufsen lives and works in Oslo.

Works mainly with sound, performance, video and installation.

Education:

2011-2014: Bergen Academy of Fine Art, KHIB

2000-2009 Master degree in classical piano with specialization in contemporary music, The Grieg academy in Bergen and Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo

2004: Music philosophy in Romanticism, University of Oslo

2004: Film music, University of Oslo

Upcoming exhibitions:

2018: TRAFO, Szczecinie, Polen, solo exhibition

2018: Bomuldsfabriken kunsthall, Arendal, Norway, solo exhibition

2017: HATCH reunion, Kristiansand, Norway, group show

Solo and duo exhibitions:

2017:  Arteriet, Kristiansand, Norway, solo exhibition

2016: Arendal kunstforening, Norway

2016: RAM Gallery, Oslo

2014: HATCH, ARTendal, Bomuldsfabriken in Arendal

2014: KNIPSU, Bergen

2012: Patos&Logos, Bergen kjøtt

Selected group exhibitions:

2016: Sørlandets kunstmusem (Art museum in the southern region of Norway)

2016: EKPGO, part of the 7th Drawing Biennale, Oslo Norway, group show

2016: Agder Kunstsenter and Lillesand kunstforening, Lillesand, Norway

2016: The Artists, Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland

2016: The Soap Box, London, UK

2016: Supermarket Art Fair in Stockholm, Sweeden

2015: “LOOP – A video art marathon”, Malmö, Sweeden

2015: 20th anniversary exhibition, Sørlandets Kunstmuseum

2015: Musikk i kvaderaturen, Galleri Format

2015: One Night Only, Kunstnernes hus, Oslo

2015: Art/Gender/Art, Gallery KiT, Trondheim, Norway

2015: FILMIDEO, Index art Center, Newark, New Jersey, US

2014: B-Open, Film Screening in Bergen, Norway

2014: The Norwegian Short Film Festival in Grimstad, Norway

2013: Sørlandsutstillingen

2013: Hove festival

2013: Østlandsutstillingen

2013: Don´t feed the Artist, Nijmegen, Nederland

2012: The end will show what tomorrow bring, Galleria Kone, Finland

2012: The Annual National Exhibition of The Visual Arts, Kunstnernes hus, Oslo, Norway

2011: Hove festival, Tromøya, Norway

2011: The Annual National Exhibition of The Visual Arts, Kunstnernes hus, Oslo, Norway

Stipends/ awards:

2017: Art council Norway, 2 year work grant

2017: Aust-Agder fylkeskommune, art stipend

2016: Sørlandets kunstmuseum (Museum of the southern region in Norway)

2016: One year work grant, Billedkunstnernes vederlagsfond

2015: Project support, Billedkunstnernes vederlagsfond

2015: Statens kunstnerstipend, establishment support

2014: Agder art center, art stipend

2013: Kulturkontakt Nord with KNIPSU, Bergen

2012: Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond, project support

Residency:

2017: Martello, Paris, France, Norwegian Society of Composers

2015: North Norwegian Art Center

2013: Deelstaat, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Art collections:

Knut Jarl Jøsok

Memberships:  

UKS – The Young Artists Society

NBK – Norwegian Visual Artists Association