I am a visual artist who lives and works in Reykjavík, Iceland. My works include paintings, photography, and video installation. My works are to a large degree based on a systematic or procedural way of working, painting using predefined structural premises or photographing locations that I feel capture the essence of an urban location in a systematic manner.
2011 PhD in Media Philosophy from the European Graduate School.
1994 MFA in fine art from Goldsmith’s College, University of London.
1986 Degree in Painting from the Icelandic Art and Handicraft School in Reykjavík.
Works in public collections:
Reykjavík Municipal Art Museum,
National Gallery of Iceland
2017 New paintings—Hannesarholt, Reykjavík, private show
2010 BAREBJ—Sala Formosa, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2009 Transit—Suðsuðvestur, Keflavík, Iceland, private show
2007 64 doors of the Icelandic General Hospital —Listasafn ASÍ, private show
2006–2007 Alien Structures in Urban Landscape—Korpúlfstaðir, Westwerk, Hamborg, Skolská28, Prag.
2005 New Icelandic Art II—National Gallery of Iceland
2005 Walking down Klapparstígur—Living Art Museum, private show
2003 Index03—sýning á tilraunalist, í Slagteriet, Lemvig, Jótlandi.
2002 3x1xPraha—Institute of Contemporary Art, Prag
2001 Um listina—Ásmundarsalur, private show
2000 Digital visions—National Gallery of Iceland
2000 Bezti Hlemmur í heimi—útiverkasýning Laugavegi, Reykjavík
1999 Hlynur vs. Hlynur—Gallerí Sævars Karls, Reykjavík
1999 By Side Sidewalk—art triennal, Umeå, Sweden
1997 Hillingar—Ketilhúsið, Akureyri, private show
1996 Birting hlutanna—Living Art Museum, private show
1996 Isn’t the everyday wondrous?—Reykjavík Municipal Art Museum
1994 Skúlptúr, skúlptúr, skúlptúr—Reykjavík Municipal Art Museum
1994 MA final exhibition—Goldsmiths’ College, London, England
1993 Icelandic art—Butler’s Wharf Gallery, London, England
1992 Sundursetningar—Living Art Museum, private show
1990 From places—Galleri 1 1, Reykjavík, private show
1989 Ásmundarsalur, Reykjavík, private show
1986 SJÁ—Living Art Museum, private show