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THE ARTISTS

Barbara Holub (AT) Ebru Kurbak (TR) Marcus Neustetter (ZA) Ricarda Denzer (DE/AT)
Behzad K. Noori (IR/SE) Heba Y. Amin (EG/DE) Nikolaus Gansterer (AT) Tamsin Snow (IE/UK)
Benji Boyadgian (FI/PS) Inma Herrera (ES/FI) Nisrine Boukrari (SY/SE) Timo Tuhkanen (FI)
Bronwyn Lace (ZA) Isa Rosenberger (AT) Otto Karvonen (FI) Yane Calovski (MK)
Egle Oddo (IT/FI) Lina Selander (SE) Ramesch Daha (AT)  

Lina Selander  

Lina Selander (1973, Stockholm) studied photography at the Academy of Photography and Film in Gothenburg and Fine art at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm.

She is a guest professor at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm.

Selanders work often focus on junctures in history where a system or physical place collapses and something new begins to emerge; the narrative of mechanical cinema giving way to that of digital video, or a political or economic system plummeting into a new one. Her works revolve around images as memories, imprints and representations. 

Her solo exhibitions include 2017: For a Time Light Must Be Called Darkness, Argos, Brussels 2016, Repeat after me, Oslo Kunstforening, Oslo. 2015 Moment, Moderna Museet, Stockholm; A Series of Images About You, VOX - Centre de l'image contemporaine,Montréal (QC); Selected works, Galleria Tiziana Di Caro, Naples; Excavation of the Image - Imprint, shadow, spectre, thought. Representing Sweden, Arsenale, The 56th Venice Biennale, 2015; Open system - Silphium and other works, Iniva, Institute of International Visual Arts, London. Group exhibitions: 2017 The Pleasure of Love, the 56th October Salon Belgrade, 2015; Kyiv Biennale 2015; Seoul Media City Biennale, 2014; Manifesta 2012 in Genk, Belgium; Bucharest Biennale 2010; and at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin. 

Lina Selander lives and works in Stockholm.

www.linaselander.com