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(b. 1972, Manchester) has a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, University of London. She moved to Norway in 2007 and works mainly in photography, text and large-scale installations. She is interested in the relationship between the individual and society: in her recent work she has investigated Norwegian society’s norms and attitudes. Text has always been an important part of Croft’s work but since moving to Norway and in the process of learning the Norwegian, language itself has become a subject of her work. Croft has exhibited in Norway, Britain and Italy. She has had solo shows at Stavanger kunstforening (now Stavanger kunsthall), Bryne kunstforening and Galleri Gann. In 2012 she was awarded the Fritz Røed residency, which resulted in an exhibition at Norwegian sculptor Røed’s former atelier in Villa Faraldi, Italy.