The ravishing work of Ann Cathrin November Høibo, a contemporary artist from Kristiansand, Norway, has caught our attention.
She is known for her characteristic treatment of gallery- and museumspaces, in which she arranges exhibitions of temporary situations from singular elements that interact in different ways.
November Høibo was trained at the National Academy of the Arts, Oslo, and Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main. Her work ranges from installation-based, site-specific pieces comprised of mixed media and found objects to large-scale abstract canvases incorporating materials like acrylic paint, acid and salt. She is also demonstrating textiles as a legitimate artistic medium for voicing one’s concerns regarding self or society.
The artist lives and works in Oslo, Norway. She has already participated in group shows at Rodeo in Istanbul, White Columns in New York and Standard (Oslo), as well as a solo presentation at Art Basel in Miami Beach.
Image caption: Ann Cathrin November Høibo “Jif or Jiffy” 2014 / Installation view, STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo SOACNH/IV 2014-003/7