16.-30. 06 2016

SÍM Residency Berlín, Germany. More info:
Founded of Muggur grant.





18.10-07.12 2014

Art and Cultural Artifacts

The Akureyri Art Museum, Iceland

The exhibition is a meeting place of contemporary artists and the Culture History Museum Hvoll in Dalvik Town. The Artist use the museums artifacts as an inspiration for their work.

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28.-29.06 2014

BW analogue film developing workshop at WOLF
Film Entwicklung Workshop // Film Developing Workshop, "Zigarre II" / the new temporary pop-up cinema on Weserstrasse 59, Berlin, Germany.

During 48hours Neukölln, WOLF opens its doors for the first time for screenings, workshops & get togethers in collaboration with LaborBerlin.







01.-30. 06 2014

SÍM Residency Berlín, Germany. More info:
Founded of Muggur:

SÍM Myndstef Reykjavikurborg








24.-28.10 2013

"The Reindeer is coming home" 700IS curated by Kirstin Sheving. 24 - 28 October, Slaughterhouse, Egilsstaðir, Iceland.

Dodda Maggy, Sigrún Harðardóttir, Sigurður Guðjónsson, Una Lorenzen, Steina, Elísabet Brynhildardóttir, Kríudóttir, Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir, Sally and Mo, Sari Cedergren, Auður Arna Oddgeirsdóttir, Þórður Grímsson, Viktoría Guðnadóttir, Selma Hreggviðsdóttir, Katrín I Jónsdóttir Hjördísardóttir, Bjargey Ólafsdóttir.

More info: 700ISReindeerland
twitter: 700IS events/416376865128582





16.06 2013

"Elements" The Dream Workshop and The Northern Light Theatre, an international collaboration featuring young Deaf actors. Mask design.

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Presentation of proposals of an Open Art Competition - The new prison on Hólmsheiði, Reykjavik, Iceland.
The Ministry of the interior acting in collaboration with The Public Buildings Art Fund in Iceland and The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists.

The proposal "Betrun":







25.05-25.08 2013

"UNDER THE OPEN SKY" Exhibition in cooperation with Nylo - LAM The Living Art Museum in Reykjavík, Reykjavik Art Festival, Iceland. Curated by G.ERLA Guðrún Erla Geirsdóttir.

An outdoor art exhibition of 100 artists, Under the Open Sky provides a unique opportunity to see the works of some of Iceland’s bestknown, and emerging, artists. The exhibition takes place in public spaces and private gardens in the centre of Reykjavík and the artworks range from sculptures to paintings, performances and graffiti, giving a good overview of the diversity of Reykjavík’s contemporary art scene.

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05.04-18.04 2013

PAPAY GYRO NIGHTS 2013 in Hong Kong.
Videotage Unlimited, Hong Kong

700IS (Iceland) Video Art from Iceland / curated by Kristin Scheving.
Videotage is a leading non-profit organisation in facilitating, promoting and presenting new media art in Hong Kong.

Curators PAPAY GYRO NIGHTS 2013 in Hong Kong:
Kristín SCHEVING. 700IS Reindeerland (Iceland)
Juha van INGEN. FIXC (Finland) and NOVA (Iceland - Finland - Sweden)
Anders WEBERG. AIVA (Sweden)

More info:
http:// project/papay-gyro-nights






21.02-28.02 2013

Papay Gyro Nights Art Festival 2013, Papa Westray,
Orkney, Scotland

curated by Kirstin Sheving.

Dodda Maggy / Þórður Grímsson / Katrin I Jonsdottir Hjordisardottir / Sigrún Harðardóttir / Thora Gunnarsdottir / Elín Anna Þórisdóttir / Óskar Ericsson / Una Lorenzen / Habby Ósk / Auður Arna Oddgeirsdóttir / Sari Cedergren / Selma Hreggviðsdóttir / Kristin Scheving / Elísabet Brynhildardóttir / Sally and Mo / Þóra Sólveig Bergsteinsdóttir / Viktoría Guðnadóttir

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07.02-11.02 2013

700IS Reindeerland 2013 program
Experimental Art Festival with focus on video, sound and experimental films. 130 films/artwork from 30 countries shown in the Nordic house Reykjavík, Iceland.

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Open Art Competition – Veterans Memorial
The National Public Art Council Sweden, acting in collaboration with the Swedish Armed Forces and the Royal Djurgården Administration
3rd prize award for proposal "Skuggan".

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29.09 - 25.10. 2012

Minnesmonument för landets veteraner
The Maritime Museum
Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 24, Stockholm



18. 08. 2012 - 16.09. 2012

MHR40ÁRA MHR Reykjavik Sculptors Society
Kling & Bang gallerí



16.02 2012
Screening Super Nova
NOVA / Northern Video Art Network
Galerie Suvi Lehtinen
Berlin, Germany

Super NOVA screening of works by artists participating in Northern Video Art network




08 .05 - 02.10 2011

7e Triennale internationale du papier - Viviane Fontaine.
Musee du Pays et Val de Charmey
Charmey, Switzerland.

247 artists from 329 countries submitted 559 works. The jury selected a total of 75 works by 56 artists from 19 countries.











Saturday 19 June, on the day of Women Right´s, the book LAUGAVEGURINN will be published by the artist´s who established and ran the START ART Gallery* for years at Laugavegur 12b.
The book explains the origins of Reykjavík’s main thoroughfare Laugavegur (Hot
Springs Road) and how it did come by its name, and tells the story of the
washerwomen of old Reykjavík who strode along it to the Washing Springs in

In the spring of 2009 START ART gallery held a performance art installation to
commemorate the washerwomen. Documentation of this extensive performance installation is also recorded in the book. Contributing authors include former President of Iceland Vigdís Finnbogadóttir, historian Margrét Guðmundsdóttir and philosophers Sigríður Þorgeirsdóttir and Aðalheiður Lilja Guðmundsdóttir. The book is lavishly illustrated with photographs of the performance and artworks contributed by contemporary Icelandic artists, as well as pictures of older times from the Washing Springs.

The publication will be celebrated at the annual commemoration by the Washing Springs Saturday 19 June at 20:00. At the Washing Springs the book will be sold at a special publication price.
After the ceremony and publication the book can be bought at the Smekkleysa Shop on Laugavegur 35 or ordered from STARTART Gallery at





Haira, Canarian Island of Lanzarote, Spain

In-Service Training "Strategies of Non Knowledge - the myth of the return journey", supported by the EU- programs for lifelong learning Comenius.









Artótek gallery
The Reykjavík City Library.

“I have worked on the subject weather, which impacts society as a whole in addition to influencing the interaction between people and life, Following that work I began to reflect on Icelandic proverbs, which have a strong reference in the social and political situation of today,”
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24.may - 31.may 2009

The DreamWorkshop
The Second International Deaf Theater Festival of Iceland, DREAMS 2009.
Kassinn in the National Theater from the 24th to the 31st of May 2009.

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The performance explores the different emotions we have to deal with in relationships, like love, lust, deceit and hate. The play is made of several different stories and dances sketches, where only two actors play and dance all the roles, some funny and some sad. Draumasmiðjan is the pioneer in Deaf Theater in Iceland but has this time sought support to the Check Republic in the form of the talented actor Jan Fiurasek. Draumasmiðjan is the main organizer of DREAMS 2006 and 2009.

Director: Margrét Pétursdóttir
Script: The theatre group
Choreographer: Helena Jónsdóttir
Stage and costumes: Áslaug Jónsdóttir
Video artist: Sari Cedergren
Choreograpic video: Helena Jónsdóttir
Light designer: Alfred Sturla Böðvarsson
Technical design: Johannes Tryggvasson
Actors: Elsa G. Björnsdóttir and Jan Fiurasek




23. may– 17. june 2009

LAUGA VEGURINN, Reykjavik Art Festival - StartArt - Reykjavik, Iceland

The START ART gallery will house an exhibition and demonstrations of soap-making, in which visitors are encouraged to take part.







May 23 at 13.00 2009



On Saturday 23 May 2009 at 13:00, the START ART gallery invites to a performance installation commemorating all the women of Reykjavík who washed their laundry in the hot springs in Laugardalur in times past. Anyone who wishes to honour their memory is invited to take part. Reykjavík people may think of the hot springs as being a long way from the city centre, but actually it is a mere half-hour’;s leisurely walk, a stroll that anyone aged 8 to 80 can manage.

more info:
Reykjavík Arts Festival 2009




01.05 2008
112 Reykjavík, Iceland.
Open studios and exhibitions at the SÍM Studios in Korpúlfsstaðir.




27. 10 - 18. 11 2007
Solo exhibition.
Listasafn ASÍ - Labour Union´s Art Gallery
Reykjavík, Iceland.

IcelandReview - Online


01.05 2007
112 Reykjavík, Iceland.
Open studios and exhibitions at the SÍM Studios in Korpúlfsstaðir.





April 2007
Artworld Digest, Brooklyn, New York
A printed exhibition curated by David Cohen, of over 98 artists from around the world. Is a survey of new contemporary artists which have primarily been sourced from online artist registries.

Artworld Digest, Publication distributed to New York art galleries. Available in various retail bookstores across the U.S. including the New Museum Bookstore in New York.

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11.02 - 23.03 2007
Gallery 100°
Reykjavik Energy

Group exhibition and presentation of proposals of an artproject sited at the Hellisheiði Geothermal Power Plant. The power plant is situated at Mount Hengill, an active central volcano in close vicinity to Reykjavik.
More info:

Saris proposal "A Suction drain on the ground level"- info here.

Saris proposal "A Suction drain on the ground level"- info here.


17. 06 - 09.07 2006
Group exhibition.
Quantity is Quality.
The Living Art Museum in Reykjavik
Reykjavik, Iceland.


Borghildur Óskarsdóttir

Sari Maarit Cedergren

Guðrún Einarsdóttir

Steinunn Þórarinsdóttir


01.06 - 15.06 2006
Sensi/able SpacesSpace
An International Art and Environment Conference
University of Iceland
Reykjavik, Iceland.

The conference are hosted by the departments of Philosophy and Geology & Geography with the 20th Reykjavík Arts Festival.
The event deals with the perception and conception of spaces in the built as well as the natural environment. The aim of the event is to bring together a wide range of academics from the physical sciences, social sciences and humanities, as well as artists and activists who have an interest in the way spaces can be sensed, understood and reconfigured.
Spaces today are continually being reconstituted and reformulated in various ways, often relying on notions of what is sensible, narrowly defined by groups with an ideological agenda of some kind and/or vested economic interests. These sensible factors often obscure and ignore notions of the sensable – that which people perceive through the senses while being in spaces. The conference (01.05-02.06) and art exhibit (01.06-15.06) are about drawing out these sensibilities based on the sensable, as opposed to subjectively formulated agendas or interests which are based on many different notions of the sensible.


01.05 2006
Open studios and exhibition at the SÍM Studios
in Korpúlfsstaðir.

112 Reykjavík, Iceland.



01.04 - 24.04 2006
The "Sculptor of the month" project is done in cooperation between
The Reykjavik Association of Sculptors and Hafnarborg
Hafnarfjörður, Iceland.


11.03 - 28.03 2006
Group exhibition. Curated by Ole Koefoed and the Copenhagen Cultural Admission.
DE NORDATLANTISKE ØER/The North Atlantic Islands.
The City Hall Copenhagen, Denmark.



24.02 - 18.04 2006
Group exhibition.
The bright / dark North
The Culture House - Reykjavik, Iceland.

Among the Culture House’s contributions to the Winter Lights Festival 2006 is an art exhibit in the Library Room of pieces that the artists feel reflect on the theme Images of the North, which is also the title of an international conference that was held in conjunction with the festival.




01.02 - 28.02 2006
Artist in residence in connection with the exhibition at the Cable Gallery.
HIAP Helsinki International Artist-in-residence Program
Helsinki, Finland.

"...HIAP - Helsinki International Artist-in-residence Programme is one of the first and most important international residency centers in Finland. Each year between 10-15 visual artists, dancers, choreographers, curators and researchers from around the world are offered a working period of 2-3 months in the program.
The main purpose of HIAP is to foster cultural interaction between Finnish and international art professionals by providing an opportunity for creative work and research in Helsinki, the capital of Finland..." more info:

23.02 2006
Artists-in-residence present their work
From 6 to 8 pm at the HIAP Studios in Cable Factory.

Cable Factory
staircase D, 5th floor
Tallberginkatu 1 C, Helsinki


03.02 - 26.02 2006
Solo exhibition.
Umhleypingar - (pdf)
The Cable Gallery

The Cable Factory
Helsinki, Finland.

The Cable Gallery is run by the Association of Artists of the Cable Factory.



01.10 - 31.10 2005
MHR Reykjavik Sculptors Society - group exhibition.
Hafnarborg - The Hafnarfjörður Institute of Culture and Fine Art
Hafnarfjörður, Iceland.


16.08 - 20.08 2005
Workshops in instrument making from recycled material. Cultural Night, Reykjavik, Iceland.
The Intercultural Centre
Reykjavik, Iceland.


12 .06 - 4 .09 2005
5e Triennale internationale du papier - Viviane Fontaine.
Musee du Pays et Val de Charmey
Charmey, Switzerland.

262 artists from 33 countries submitted 597 works. The jury selected a total of 60 works by 56 artists from 20 countries. Three countries was represented for the first time: Korea, Iceland and Slovakia.