Tinna Guðmundsdóttir is a visual artist and cultural worker. Guðmundsdóttir recently completed a MA degree in Fine Art within the Iceland University of the Arts. She also holds a BA degree from the multimedia department Icelandic Art Academy, 2002, and a MA degree in cultural management from Bifröst University in 2008.

Since 2002 she has actively participated in the Icelandic art scene, both by her own initiative and in general for the art sector. The most extensive undertaking e.g. manager of Sequences Real-Time Art Festival (2008), editor of the publication “The Living Art Museum 1978-2008” (2010), producer of the documentary “Seeing Eye Dog” (2017) and director of Skaftfell – Center for Visual Art (2012-2018).

In her artistic practice Guðmundsdóttir focuses on systemic errors and existential crises that arise from the friction between man and nature. By weaving together different threads the works are attempts to visualize an invisible power structure and examine the relationship between man and the physical world. Her work has been on display in The Living Art Museum, Klink & Bank, Kling & Bang in Reykjavík, Skaftfell in Seyðisfjörður and The Factory in Hjalteyri.

Tinna lives and works in Seyðisfjörður and Reykjavík, Iceland.

Photo: Litten Nyström