Anna Líndal studied at the Icelandic College of Art and Crafts and completed her postgraduate studies at the Slade School of Fine Art, London in 1990. In 2012 she finished her MA in Artistic Research from St Lucas, University College of Art & Design, Antwerp.
Since 1990 she has been active in numerous solo and joint exhibitions in Iceland and abroad. Her resent project; Infinite Next is based on Lindal’s research expedition to Greenland in collaboration with several scientist and experts in Climate Change, project that led to a group exhibition of works by 6 artists taking place at The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, summer 2016. The works in the exhibition deal in different ways with Climate Change, systems which all societies struggle with; late-capitalism, ecosystems in degradation, human experiments to alter the environment, knowledge production, manifestations and the effects of humans on the environment.
Other projects and exhibitions include: The Istanbul Biennial in 1997, on life, beauty, translation and other difficulties, curated by Rosa Martinez. The Kwangju Biennial, Man + Space, South Korea in 2000, curated by René Block and the Reykjavik international Arts Festival, 2005 Material Time/ Work Time/ Life Time, curated by Jessica Morgan.