Space Grammar, 2018
Fotografisk Center, Copenhagen.

Press release: Marte Aas is a Norwegian photographer and video artist with a special interest in urban cityscapes and residential areas. She explores ideological, political and social structures in the field between documentary and the staged. She is interested in how these structures that surround us in our daily lives, affect us as well as how they form our identity.
The works in the exhibition focus on the relationship between time, space and movement. Border areas between buildings and nature, between place and non-place and between harmony and collapse are mapped out through studies of urban development and migration. The uncertain state of such spaces raises questions about the future of those who use and inhabit them - us.

 

Europe Future Past (Newspaper clippings) 2018

 

 

Torshovtoppen, film and poster book, 2008

 

 

Torshovtoppen, poster boklet, 2008 (Photo: Troels Jeppe)

 

What I Miss About People, and What I Don´t Miss About People, 16mm film, 2013

 

Solastalgia, lithography, 2017 (Photo: Troels Jeppe)

 

Solastalgia, lithography, 2017

 

Solastalgia, lithography, 2017


Cité Europe, 16mm film transferred to HDV, 2017 (Photo: Troels Jeppe)