Andreas Siqueland lives and works in Oslo. His practice is concerned with the relationship of art to nature and notions of translation, re-enactment and repetition. Working both outside and inside, Siqueland often lets the concrete situation, such as changing weather conditions or restrictions imposed by architecture, play an active role in making the work. He works as a painter and in collaboration with the Norwegian artist Anders Kjellesvik under the name of aiPotu. Siqueland’s recent exhibitions include: Painting Across the Atlantic, Regina Rex, New York (2017); Winterstudio/Hansplassen, Kunstmuseet Kube, Ålesund, Norway (2015); Lands End, Reva and David Logan Centre for the Arts, University of Chicago, USA (2015); LOCA – A squatter at Tenhaus, Tenthaus, Oslo, Norway (2014); The Circle and the Square , Grünerløkka Kunsthall, Oslo, Norway (2013); Pleinairism, Walter Philips Gallery, The Banff Centre, Canada (2013); A Box and Picture, The Academy of Fine Art, Oslo (2012); Winterstudio, Henie Onstad Art Centre, Bærum (2011); Momentum, 6th Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art, Moss (2011); Practice for a Sunset, Tidens Krav, Oslo (2011).