Listferilskrá // CV

Halla Birgisdóttir

hallahallahalla (at) gmail.com

 

Education

2018 - 2020 MA in art education from the Iceland University of the Arts.

2009 - 2013 BA in Fine Arts from the Iceland University of the Arts.

2004 - 2008 Fjölbrautaskólinn in Breiðholt.

2013 - Narratives through text and image - Salzburg International Summer Academy.

Selected shows

2021 - TEARS (with Anne Carson, Margrét Dúadóttir Landmark and Ragnar Kjartansson. Curators: Ingibjörg Sigursjónsdóttir and Una Björg Magnúsdóttir) Kling & Bang, Reykjavík.

 

2020 - Hvít Sól (installation by IYFAC) The Factory, Djúpavík

2019 - Hvít Sól (performance with IYFAC) Plan B art festival, Borgarnes

2019 - Hvít Sól - sequel ( outdoor installation with IYFAC) List í ljósi, Seyðisfjörður

 

2018 - About people ( curators Harpa Björnsdóttir, Níels Hafstein, Magnhildur Sigurðardóttir and Unnar Örn)
The Icelandic Folk and Outsider Art Museum, Svalbarðsströnd.

2018 - Hvít Sól (with IYFAC) Skaftfell, Seyðisfjörður.

2018 - Come Rain or Shine (Hafnarborg's autumn show with IYFAC) Hafnarborg, Hafnarfjörður. Curator: Marta Sigríður Pétursdóttir.

2018 - Frummynd/Fjölfeldi (joint exhibition) Safnahúsið Hverfisgata, Reykjavík.

2018 - Hvít Sól (performance with IYFAC) In collaboration with Skaftfell and LungA, Seyðisfjörður

 

2017 - shelter (solo exhibition) - Úthverfa, Ísafjörður.

2017 - Það sem er ósagt (solo exhibition) Listasalur Mosfellsbæjar, Mosfellsbær.

2017 - Ég sagði það áður en þú gast sagt það (joint exhibition with IYFAC) Grótta Gallery, Seltjarnarnes.

2017 - Zing Zam Blunder (joint exhibition) - Harbinger, Reykjavík. Curator: Brian Scott Cambell.

 

2016 - She tries to make herself bigger (wall work) Plan - B artfestival, Borgarnes.

2016 - Ástarsameindir (joint exhibition with IYFAC) SÍM salur Hafnarstræti, Reykjavík.

2016 - shelter (solo exhibition) - Harbinger, Reykjavík.

2015 - She is baffled by her obligations (solo exhibition) Better Weather Window Gallery, Reykjavík.

2014 - The Nordic House's Christmas calendar (solo exhibition) The Nordic House, Reykjavík.

2014 - Spring in Breiðholt (solo exhibition) Breiðholtsskóli, Reykjavík.

2014 -Lunar heart: Various manifestations of madness (solo exhibition) Edinborgarhúsið Cultural Center of West Iceland, Ísafjörður.

2013 - Did I notice it then or did I notice it afterwards? (graduation exhibition of the Iceland Academy of the Arts) Reykjavík Art Museum, Reykjavík.

Other

2020 - Grant from Myndstef for the publication of the book Did I notice it then or did I notice it afterwards?

2019 - The diversity in us: the self as a house in three-dimensional form - art workshop and research project in collaboration with Harpa Björnsdóttir (With a grant from the Student Innovation Fund).

2018 - Echoes in the Underpasses - Reading - National Museum, Reykjavík.

2017 - Served on the evaluation committee of the Visual Arts Fund.

2015 - A visual poem called Forests improve mental health published in the online gallery 2015ergildra.skjabjort.is

2014 - 2020 Presentations in schools for the Day / Month of Visual Arts.

2014 - Project grant for the exhibition Spring in Breiðholt from Hitt Húsin and the City of Reykjavík.

2014 - A Narrative of Being In Between - Lecturer on Art in Translation - Norræna húsið, Reykjavík.

2014 - Art residensy - House of Gjutars - Vantaa, Finland.

 

Books

2020 - Did I notice it then or did I notice it afterwards? - IYFAC Publisher

2018 - Haiku about an artwork in Líparit # 001 / Heimilisverk - Publisher Dulkápan.

2018 - Four drawings in Drawing from here to there - publisher Books on the back. Publication exhibition in Harbinger, Reykjavík.

2017 - Molecules - publisher Rasspotín. Publication exhibition in Ekkisens, Reykjavík.

2017 - Two drawings in Zing Zam Blunder - publisher of Books Behind and Brian Scott Cambell. Publication exhibition in Harbinger, Reykjavík.

2014 - Mirrors into the Future - publisher Gamli Spfinxinn. Publication exhibition at Kunstschlager, Reykjavík.

2012 - Langhlaup - author's edition. Publication exhibition at Kunstschlager, Reykjavík.