Swiss Artist Pipilotti Rist is best known for creating experiential video art and installation art that often portrays self-portraits and singing. Her work is often described as surreal, intimate, abstract art, having a preoccupation with the female body.
Rist’s work is held in the permanent collections of museums and galleries including the Museum of Modern Art,[ the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the San Francisco MoMA, and the Utrecht Centraal Museum.
Pipilotti Rist’s Video installation ‘Ever is Over All’ was referenced in 2016 by Beyoncé in the film accompanying her album Lemonade in which the singer is seen walking down a city street smashing windows of parked cars with a baseball bat.[