Isak Wisløff (b. 1989) lives and works in Oslo, Norway. Wisløff's practice is multifaceted and interdisciplinary. He works collectively through running the space Hulias in Oslo together with three fellow artists. He works pedagogically by being an Assistant Professor at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts. He works individually/personally with his own works that involves a range of materials, media, and techniques. The works evolves out of three statements: Everyone is a composite made of flesh, guts, and bones. Everyone is a consumer of things and culture. Everyone is spiritual in one way or another. Contact: mail@isakwisloff.com, +47 922 61 812. Updates: Instagram Download CV Currently at Hulias Cantina: Og talglysets smil ble sommerfuglens katastrofe / E il sorriso della candela divenne il disastro della farfalla, featuring Lene Baadsvig Ørmen (NO) and Mia Van Veen (NO), on view until August 10. AAAA
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Dopamining, 2023 (Install view)
Dopamining, 2023 (Install view)
El tio, 2023 

Painted ceramic, iPhone, army boots, sweat pants, gaming chair, Monster soda, pvc pipe
El tio, 2023 Painted ceramic, iPhone, army boots, sweat pants, gaming chair, Monster soda, pvc pipe
THE Selfie and a portrait of Steve Jobs, 2023

Resin coated textile, steel, Apple supplier catalouge, new age catalouge, disco ball motor, iPhone, digital microscope, all minerals needed to make an iPhone.
THE Selfie and a portrait of Steve Jobs, 2023 Resin coated textile, steel, Apple supplier catalouge, new age catalouge, disco ball motor, iPhone, digital microscope, all minerals needed to make an iPhone.
Det Vilde Kor, 2022

Resin, latex, acrylic paint, oil paint, hide glue, polyurea, engine crane

From the exhibition Fra Bygd til By, Fyresdal, (NO)
Det Vilde Kor, 2022 Resin, latex, acrylic paint, oil paint, hide glue, polyurea, engine crane From the exhibition Fra Bygd til By, Fyresdal, (NO)
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The Future is the Limit (2020). Polyurea, steel and polystyren (Installation view). Photo: Jørn Aagaard
The Future is the Limit (2020). Polyurea, steel and polystyren (Installation view). Photo: Jørn Aagaard
The Future is the Limit (2020). Polyurea, steel and polystyren (Installation view). Trade (2020). Foil on fiberboard. Photo: Jørn Aagaard
The Future is the Limit (2020). Polyurea, steel and polystyren (Installation view). Trade (2020). Foil on fiberboard. Photo: Jørn Aagaard
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