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Artist on the Moon: will be developed alongside various institutions before embarking on its final mission.

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"The Missing Rock" by Borghildur Indriðadóttir the starting point of Artist on the Moon 2019. 

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Artist on the Moon: questions the ways in which we, as humans, understand our role within the solar system.

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the Icelandic Parliament / Alþingi

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National Theatre of Iceland / Þjóðleikhúsið

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Reykjavík Art Museum / Hafnarhúsið

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2020

"Mask City" by Borghildur Indriðadóttir, type: performance, took place in Berlin Aug 2020. 

2019

"Subliminal Scarcity" by Borghildur Indriðadóttir, took place in June 2019. 

2018

"Hei Maei" by Borghildur Indriðadóttir in Berlin Tegel and Reykjavík in 2018

Borghildur IndriÐa

Short biography:

Borghildur Indrida is an artist born in Reykjavík and partly raised in Berlin. She studied at the Reykjavík School of Visual Arts: visual art, painting, drawing and analogue photography and received her Bachelor degree from Listaháskóli Íslands (LHÍ; Iceland Academy of the Arts). Afterwards, the artist worked as a performer in well-known performance expos such as Schaubühne and Volksbühne in Berlin. She obtained her Masters at the Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK; Berlin University of the Arts) in architecture. Her artistic practice involves the dimension of directing, dealing with architecture and performance through sound, color, light, and atmosphere. Within this framework, her site-specific works implement different discourses effectively to the respective space. Her research on gender, social structures and power roles is combined with cinematic elements. From a young age, Borghildur Indrida worked in collaboration with various artists, curators and directors mainly in Europe. The artist is known for her performance expo "Demoncrazy - Drosophila” on the program of the Icelandic Arts Festival depicting powerful young women in front of past paintings by men in power positions of public institutions — a recurring topic she constantly investigates and discusses. Borghildur Indrida developed the exhibition series such as HAH Editions, Terminal Exhibitions and the newly formed Terminal X operated from Berlin. 

Press photo of Borghildur by Colya Zucker for download

 

2021

Exhibitions

Hošek Contemporary, Berlin

Hot Mess, Berlin

 
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