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 AWARDS/ nomination/ official selection

2016
- Main award from audience for Keep Frozen documentary at Skjaldborg film festival, Iceland.

- Visions du Réel- Regard Neuf. Official selection for competition with the Keep Frozen documentary.

2015

- Nordic Culture Point for Keep Frozen exhibition/symposium in Leipzig and Reykjavik in 2016.

- Nordic Culture Fund for Keep Frozen exhibition/symposium in Leipzig and Reykjavik in 2016.

- The Visual artists Salaries Iceland. The Icelandic Ministry of Culture.

- Icelandic Visual Arts Fund for Keep Frozen exhibition in Leipzig and Reykjavik in 2016.

2013
- Nordic Culture Point publication award for Keep Frozen the book.

- Icelandic Visual Arts Fund publication award for Keep Frozen the book.

2010
- The Visual artists Salaries Iceland. The Icelandic Ministry of Culture.

2009
- Stiftung Kunstfonds, Bonn, Germany. Exhibition award for Hops Hopsi.

- The Visual artists Salaries Iceland. The Icelandic Ministry of Culture.

- Cultural Award of DV for best Icelandic film in 2008 (Jury prize).

2008
- PENNINN award for emerging artists in Iceland.

- Edda, Icelandic Academy Awards for best documentary film.

- Silver Fox for best documentary at Reykjavik Short and Docs (Jury prize).

- Audience award for best documentary and Skjaldborg film festival, Iceland.

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

(selected since 2006)

2015
- August - Cycle, Kopavogur, Iceland. Supported by Creative Europe. Curator: Gudny Gudmundsdottir.

- May 28'th - DOMA International Art Festival, Sofia, Bulgaria. Curator: Voin de Voin.

2014
- September 28'th - Night Soil at Baby's All Right, Brooklyn, NYC. Hosted by Bunny Cross and Melanie Bonajo.

- July 29/May - Dresden Public Art View. Dresden. Germany.

2013
- November 2'nd - Nact und Nebel, Open Studios Berlin Neukölln, Germany.

- Sept/Oct - The Oracle. Curated by Melissa Steckbauer and Mathilde ter Heijne, ff, at The Wand, Berlin.

2012
- December 1'st - Manisensations: performative even-ritualisation at Leap, Karl Liebnechtstrasse, Berlin.

2010
- September 3'rd- YOU ARE HERE: Berlin – Tokyo. Launch at VACANT, Tokyo, Japan. Curator: Nine Yamamoto.

- May/July - EXKURS - Isländische Kunst in außergewöhnlichen Zeiten, Felleshus, Nordic Embassies in Berlin, Curated by Markús Thór Andrésson.

2007
- Graduation exhibition from Icelandic Academy of the Arts, Reykjavík, Iceland.

2006
- Grand Narrative at Galerie Bergstub'l. Curated by Carrie Roseland at BootLab, Berlin, Germany.
Gallery Signe Vad, Copenhagen, Denmark. Curated by Lina Björn.

 

 

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
 

2016
- February 6'th - ASÍ art museum, Reykjavík, Iceland.

- January 8'th - Kunstkraftwerk, Leipzig, Germany.

2014
- May - Thoka gallery at Reykjavik Art Festival, curator: Adlís Snorradóttir.

2013
- June - De-Construkt projects, Brooklyn, NYC. Director: Laura Arena.

2011
- January - Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland, Part of Gallery D, exhibition series, 10-channel-video installation. Curated by Yean Fee Quay.

2010
- May - Claus Lehmann Atalier Linienstrasse, Berlin. Part of Neue Klasse Deutshland series.

- Jan/Feb - PROGRAM – initiative for art and architecture collaborations, Berlin, Germany. 10-channel-video installation. Curated/Produced by Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga and co-director Carson Chan.

Screenings and Film / Video Festivals

(selected since 2008)

2016
- May Bío Paradís, theatrical release in this art-house cinema in Reykjavík, Iceland;

- May Skjaldborg film festival Reykjavík, Iceland;

- April Visions du Réel, Nyon, Switzerland.
 

2015
- Sept. 18-23 Nordisk Panorama, Malmö, Sweden. Retrospective Program with The Cornershop and with a video at an art film program at Malmö Konsthall. Curated by Kristin Scheving.

- May 20 - Jun 4'th - Festival OODAAQ, Rennes, France.

2014
- March, 2-14 - Oslo Screen Festival, Oslo, Norway.

2013
- Dec, 10-16 - Madatac 04. Madrid, Spain. Official Selection for Competition.

- Nov, 7-12 - Instants Video. 50 Years of Video Art. Marseille, France.

- Oct/Nov - Reindeerland Video Art Festival, Egilsstadir, Iceland.

- art:screen fest. Vetlanda Museum, Sweden. Invitation by curator Kristin Scheving.

- August - Transartfest, Berlin. Curator Ming Turner.

- June - Waterfront Museum, Brooklyn, NYC. Invitation by director.

- Feb/April - Mind (curated by Juha van Ingen) at Papa Gyro Nights Art Festival, UK and Hong Kong.

- January - Globians Doc Fest, Berlin, Germany Invitation by organisers.

2012
- October - Örebro art Screen, Stockholm, Sweden. Curator Kristin Scheving.

- Belgrad Art Fair, Belgrad, Serbia. Curator Juha van Ingen.

- Humanity Explored. Online Film Festival.

- June - Nanoplex at Night of Festivals, UK. Curated by ArtReach. Funded by Arts Council England.

- April - Aavi Festival, Helsinki, Finland.

- March - International Video Exchange, Tromsö, Norway.

- Reindeerland Video Art Festival, Egilsstadir, Iceland.

- Feb - Galerie Suvi Lehtinen, Berlin. Germany.

2011
- September - Reykjavik Dance Festival – Dance Film Festival: video installation.

2010
- October - Nordland Art Festival – Nordic Music Festival in Lodz, Poland.

- September - Icelandic Cultural Festival, Nordic House, Helsinki, Finland.

- Bíó Paradís Cinemateque, Reykjavík, Iceland. Opening programme.

- March - Reindeerland Video Art festival, Egilstadir, Iceland. Shortlisted for Best Icelandic video.

2009
- The Scandinavia House. The American-Scandinavian Foundation. NYC.

- Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival, Minneapolis, USA.

- Expresión en Corto International Film Festival, Mexico, Official selection.

- Thessoloniki International Film Festival, Greece. A-level film festival. Official selection.

- FAMU, Prague, Czech Republic, for students.

- Göteborg International Film Festival, Gothenburg, Sweden. A-level film festival. Official selection.

2008
- YLE, Finland and Icelandic National Broadcasting Service. TV-screening pucrchase.

- Nordic Film Days, Lubeck, Germany. Official selection.

- Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Sweden. Official selection.

- Nordisk Panorama, 5 cities film festival, Malmö, Sweden. Official selection.

- Short and Docs, Reykjavík – Winner of the best documentary.

- Háskólabíó cinema in Reykjavik. Public regular screenings.

- Skjaldborg Icelandic documentary film festival - Audience award.

Other art/ film project related events/honors

(selected since 2008)

2016
- February - Symposium at Iceland Academy of the Arts, Reykjavik.

- January - Symposium at Kunstkraftwerk, Leipzig.

2015
- Promofest, Madrid, Spain. Selection for 'Short of the year' competition with 'Material Puffin' Award will be free distribution to 100 festivals. Selection of 50 shorts worldwide. Jury price.

- November - Presentation of Keep Frozen Project at Trading Zones at Le18, Marrakesh, Morocco.

- September - Book launch at ProQm during Berlin Art Week.

- June 17'th - Presentation at Doma Art Festival, Sofia, Bulgaria.

- April - Grosses Treffen, participant invitation only. Nordic embassies, Berlin. Curator: Solvej Helweg Ovesen.

2013
- June - Waterfront Museum, Brooklyn, NYC. Artist talk and screening.

2012
- EDDA Icelandic Academy Awards, member of jury for selecting the shortlist of doc nominations.

2011
- September - Nordisk Forum at Nordisk Panorama Forum. Special invitation of the Icelandic Film Center.

- February - Supermarket, artist-run art fair, Stockholm, Sweden. Curated participation.

2009
- March - FAMU, Prague, Czech Republic. Directors talk about The Cornershop documentary.

2008
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December - Icelandic Film and TV Academy. Directors talk about The Cornershop documentary.

 

EDUCATION

2007
- B.A. Visual Art, Icelandic Academy of the Arts, Reykjavik, Iceland.

2001
- M.A. Design for interactive media, Landsdown Centre for electronic arts, middlesex University, London.

1999
- B.A. Social Anthropology, University of Iceland.

GRANTS AND RECOGNITION

2015
- Icelandic Visual Art Copyright Association project grant for Keep Frozen book publication.

- Goethe travel grant for lecture trip to Marrakesh, Morocco.

- Icelandic Art Center, travel grant for lecture trip to Sofia, Bulgaria.

2013
- Icelandic Film Center production grant for Keep Frozen the film.

- Icelandic Art Center travel grant.

- Muggur, residency/travel grant from The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists.

2012
- Nordic Culture Point Mobility Grant.

- Nordic Culture Fund, project grant for dottirDOTTIR pop-up in Berlin.

2011
- Script writing grant. Icelandic Film Center.

- Sept - Nordisk Forum at Nordisk Panorama Forum. Special invitation of the Icelandic Film Center.

- Summer Nova – Northern Video Art Network.

- February - Supermarket Art Fair. Participant.

2010
- The Visual artists’ Stipend Fund. The Icelandic Government.

2009
- Stiftung Kunstfonds, Bonn, Germany. Exhibition grant for "Hops Hopsi" at PROGRAM, Berlin.

- Icelandic Visual Art Copyright Association project grant.

- Muggur, residency grant from The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists.

2008
- The Visual artists’ Stipend Fund. The Icelandic Government.

Publications

(selected since 2008)

2015
- May - Keep Frozen. Art-practice-as-research. The Artist ́s View.
Book publication, 96 pages, 164 illustrations, 4 dust jackets. Essays by Bryndís Snæbjörnsdottir/Mark Wilson, Jonatan Habib Engqvist, Berit Schuck/Hulda Rós Gudnadottir, Sigrídur Melrós Ólafsdottir and Valur Antonsson. In English, designed by Anja Lutz. Distributor: Torpedo Press, Oslo. Publisher: De-Construkt, New York. Funded by by Nordic Culture Point and Iceland Visual Arts fund.

2011
- D19 Hops Hopsi by Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir / 2011. 20th Jan - 27th Feb 2011.
Published by Reykjavik Art Museum on RAM Vimeo site. https://vimeo.com/album/1507784. Series of videos.

2010
- Hops Hopsi: Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir (editors) Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga and Carson Chan. PROGRAM – initiative for art and architecture collaborations. ISBN 978-3-00-030922-9. Catalogue.

- The Cornershop. DVD publication. Distributor Kimi Records. Icelandic Film Center.

2008
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‘Befitting, befogging, beguiling and bethinking’ in The Provincialists (essay p. 67). The Faroe Islands Art Museum. Faroe islands, Denmark. ISBN: 978-99918-987-4-2. Selection of essays.