Margrét Iversen

Margrét Iversen /// Magga is an visual artist, graduated from the Jutland Art Academy in 2013. She mostly works with sculptures with an element of sound or movement.

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Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir

The exhibition is a description of a visual recipe for a composition. Ásta Fanney is a multidisciplinary artist. Among the things she does is visual art, sound poetry, performances and experimental music.

Pétur Eggertsson

Una Sigtryggsdóttir

Duration is a self-contained performing object. Una Sigtryggsdóttir is an artist based in Reykjavík. Her work breaks apart the apparent dichotomy between objective time(mechanisms such as clocks and calendars) and subjective time(perceived changes and experiences), choosing to focus… Read More

Kristín Helga Ríkharðsdóttir

Kristin Helga Rikhardsdottir is an Icelandic visual artist, filmmaker and summertime park ranger currently living and working in Reykjavik. Using video, installations, photography and sound performances she explores the hyper-reality of everyday environment. She takes inspiration from her surroundings… Read More

Árni Jónsson & Rúnar Örn Jóhönnu Marinósson

It is true! Live Action Sculpture? Following instructions delivered by Árni Jónsson via digital communication, Rúnar Örn will create a brand new sculpture live in front of the audience using various power tools. Árni Jónsson and Rúnar Örn… Read More

Tumi Magnusson

Tumi Magnússon was born in Iceland in 1957. He studied art at The Icelandic College of Art and Crafts, and at AKI (Academie voor Beeldende Kunst) in the Netherlands. His first solo exhibition was in the Red House… Read More

Lars From Mars

Lars Graugaard / Lars from Mars Lars Graugaard is the composer of contemporary experimental music, who doubles as electronica performer using the alias Lars from Mars. Sometimes he is not quite certain which name to use – obviously,… Read More

Harald Jordal

Harald Jordal presents a repertoire of instrumental music influenced by electroacoustic music, digital noise, alternative rock. He sometimes sings, in English and his mother tongue, Norwegian. Coming from both the computer and the electric guitar, the sound field… Read More

Alex McLean

Alex McLean a.k.a. Yaxu makes live broken techno using his handmade programming language TidalCycles, a technique called “Live Coding”. He co-founded Algorave, bringing live coding to dancefloors, a growing movement that has already spread to over eighty cities…. Read More

Sam Rees

Sam Rees is a British artist based in Iceland, with a passion for DIY cultures. Sam creates interactive dioramas, mixing discarded, circuit bent toy robots with dense collages of found objects to form sequential narratives and absurd scenes…. Read More

Hlolli

Hlöðver (Hlolli) Sigurðsson, is a composer, live-coder and programmer from Reykjavik based in Berlin. He started live codeing in 2013 during his studies in the Iceland Academy of the Arts and has since then performed regularly with his… Read More

The Goodiepal Equation documentary film

THE GOODIEPAL EQUATION documentary film Director: Sami Sänpäkkilä Editor: Eeva Tuomi Producer: Harri Sippola / Moderni Kanuuna Length: 71 min Goodiepal (real name Kristian Parl Bjørn Vester, b. 1974–76) is a Danish musician, performance artist, lecturer and activist… Read More

Resterne af Rigsfællesskabet

Resterne af Rigsfællesskabet (Remnants of the Danish Commonwealth) is Heðin Ziska Davidsen [FO] and Jesper Pedersen [DK/IS]. They play music with modular synthesizers. The music is experimental, and improvised on the spot. R.A.R. has played concerts at Iceland… Read More

KverK

KverK is an experimental and immersive musical performance based on live electronics, real-time sampling and processing. Tom Manoury develops interactive tools and intuitive interfaces allowing great performing freedom. Seeking to break the rigid and sequenced environment often inherent… Read More

Steinunn Arnardóttir

Steinunn has been a part of the Native Instruments team for over 8 years and currently heads up Research and Data related topics as a part of the Engineering Director team. Previously she was a part of NI’s… Read More

Andri Björgvinsson: Flómagi 1

Andri Björgvinsson brings various skrapatól to assist with the performance of his piece, Flómagi 1. Andri Björgvinsson is an artist living in Reykjavík.