Hulda Rós Guðnadottir is a contemporary visual artist and a filmmaker born in Reykjavík, Iceland but based in Berlin, Germany. She works mostly on long-term projects; creative documentaries, large mixed-media installations and interdisciplinary collaborative projects in addition to smaller works such as single-channel videos, performance, intervention, sculptures and digital photography. The subject of her works touch upon socio-economic issues from a personal perspective and come to live through a practice and public exhibition based process that she likes to define as research.
Guðnadóttir holds an MA degree in interactive design from Middlesex University (2001) and BA in visual art from Iceland Academy of the Arts (2007) and BA in cultural anthropology from the Unversity of Iceland (1997). She has taken part in numerous solo-/group exhibitions and screenings internationally and won many awards for her filmmaking, including Academy Awards (‘Edda’) for best documentary in her native country Iceland.