Born in Örebro, Sweden
Lives and works in Oslo
Ebba Moi practices socially engaged art; working as an artist and curator in various self-initiated projects and collaborations, such as Tenthaus and a long-term collaboration with Anna Carin Hedberg. She has made several public art commissions and exhibitions locally and internationally, using public space as a base for her practice. She is currently the board leader of Norsk Billedhoggerforening and head of the MFA Art and Public Space program at the Arts & Crafts department at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts. She is a founding member of Tenthaus and a member of Radiorådet.
For their MOMENTUM 12 collaboration, a hidden creek in Jeløya will be made accessible through listening, intervention and movement in the landscape. The process explores fluidity - various bodies and movements of water, as well as underground and ove ...
Haloba’s presentation at MOMENTUM 12 begins her research and dialogue with the Swedish-Norwegian artist Hannah Ryggen (1894-1970). The project, titled When we continue living in stars, are our shadows luminaries for us to see?, will draw parallels be ...