In Sif Nørskov’s practice, the idea of fragmentation plays a central role. This notion is explored through the metamorphosis of materials in-between abstraction and representation. Inspired by literary fiction, they explore the idea that imagery, like words, can be assembled and molded to create new worlds that may appear like interpretations or fragments of nature that cannot be easily defined, but are enough to evoke curiosity.
Sif Nørskov’s paintings incorporate oil, acrylic and paper in a manner that allows for the mediums to have an effect through their materiality, while the mark-making itself bears witness to the temporality of these gestural marks.
Denmark, b. 1992