Untitled, I’m Searching For Myself In History But Cannot Find Myself Anywhere (2016). Cotton Thread On Woollen Felt. 206 x 156cm

Hristina Ivanoska is currently a PhD-in-Practice candidate at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. She works with objects, texts, drawing, video, performance and installation in an interdisciplinary way, critiquing the present-day social and political systems and their relationship to theory and history. She has exhibited in various venues across Europe including the Museum of Sculpture (Warsaw); Research Pavilion, 57th Venice Biennial; Silesian Museum (Katowice); MUMOK (Vienna); Künstlerhaus (Graz); MNAC (Bucharest); Museum of Contemporary Art (Thessalonica); Slovak National Gallery (Bratislava); NGBK (Berlin); Open Space (Vienna); <rotor> (Graz); Konsthall C, (Stockholm); Magazin 4 (Bregenz); Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade) and the Foundation for Women’s Art (London). Since 2000, Ivanoska has been collaborating with Yane Calovski. Their collaborative installation, We Are All In This Alone, was exhibited at the 56th Venice Biennial, Pavilion of the Republic of Macedonia.