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Mari Amman (b. 1984) was born and raised in Illinois with a forest preserve, nuclear power plant, and industrial agriculture as her backyard. Early philosophical inquiries led to dedicating time to musical, dance, and artistic pursuits. She has lived in Norway since 2015 and frequently travels for work. Sublime aesthetics and allegory mark her work and collaborations. Images, installations, poetry, performance, sculpture, and artistic research bring forth a sense of geological and humanitarian empathy with focus on the parietal aspects of perception, sparking inquiry into proposed divides between the virtual and real, imaginary and embodied vision. Her research methods informed ÆSTHETIC RESONANCES, Pattern Recognition, Visual Literacy, and Body Architecture. Her award-winning work is held in private and public collections, including Art Farm Iowa (US, 2023) and Arte Expuesto (MX, 2023). Afjordance was included in AWMAS (UCSB, 2020) Monolithic image and text, Omniscient, was awarded 1st in the Imaging New Eurasia exhibition in Gwangju (SK, 2015). She was a poet and artist in residence in Paris (FR, 2023), Bonny Doon (US, 2022), Kjerringøy Land Art (NO, 2020), Angelot-Trélex (CH, 2019), Praksis Oslo and Praxisdansfestivalen (NO, 2017). Degreed and studied with honors: MFA (2015), BA (2006), History, Interior Design, Butoh, Photography, and Social Psychology in Illinois, Japan, and Norway. She is a member of NBNK, BONO, LHSA, an EIT Culture & Creativity Expert Evaluator, and author of Le Lapin.


Norwegian Organisation Number: 918 731 989


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Artsper | Albumen Gallery, UK | Saatchi, Open Prints


Selected Clients Norway House Foundation, BBC, Nordre Aker Bydel, Smelteverket, Ekebergparken, Boffi Studio, Open House Oslo, 22nd Century Media, Outdoor IL/Dept. Natural Resources, Jesse Bornstein Architecture, GettyImages


Patronage supports ad-free site, film development, research, materials and fees. Limited edition giclée prints are signed with certificates of authenticity. Museum-quality, acid-free matting is recommended. Museum-quality glass removes glare; UV-coated glass is sufficient for archival properties. PayPal, Stripe, BankTransfer, or Vipps in EU/Norway. Shipping and handling with tracking $75 – $1500 depending on size and location. Customs, VAT, and fees are the responsibility of the collector. Custom installations and reproductions of artworks into textiles or mosaics, on vinyl, metal, and other printing techniques for scalable public installations are possible. *Required information: First + Last Name, Email, Mailing Address. Take care with spelling to secure smooth deliveries and communications.


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