Exhibitions & Performances
December 2020: What Makes The Waters In Your Temple Tremble?, Solo Performance and Installation within a group exhibition, Herðubreið Culture House, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland.
November 2020: Að Stíga Ölduna, Group Performance and Video Installation, The Net Factory, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland
November 2020: Self Study, Group exhibition, LungA School, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland.
October 2020: I Swallowed Myself, Solo Performance & Video Installation, Herðubreið Culture House, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland
August 2019: Borghildur Indriðardóttir, Open Studio (purple Aufguss), Dancer, Borgildur Indriðardóttir’s studio, Berlin, Germany.
June 2019: Borghildur Indriðardóttir, Subliminal Scarcity, Dancer, Café Bravo, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany.
May 2019: Borghildur Indriðardóttir, Echobeings, Dancer, Motif Wein, Berlin, Germany.
March 2018: A Conversation With John Stezake, Dancer in group performance, Whitworth Gallery, Manchester England.
2019 & 2020: Private art commission, Kechari Mudra, Arunachala Siva, The Kechari Devi Ashram Pilous System & Beyond the Pituitary, illustrations for articles, watercolour on card & Union, acrylic on wood panel, Aix en Provence, France.
2019: Private art commission, Fossar & Jöklar, (22 reproductions of 60 x 60cm), digital art designed from original prints, marbling ink on card, Sif Apartments, Reykjavík, Iceland.
2019: Private portrait commission, A Greek Wedding (110 x 90cm), acrylic on card, Grimsby, England.
2020 & 2017: Private commission, Discotelle, album covers, digital art created from original prints, marbling ink on card.
Autumn 2020: LungA School, an independent artist-led institution of experimental art education and residencies, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland.
March- August 2019: The School for Physical and Cognitive Practices, led by Joseph Bartz, Berlin, Germany.
July 2018: Beijing Normal University, Philosophy Summer School, on full scholarship from the Confucius Institute, Beijing, China.
2015- 2018: BA Art History and Visual Studies, University of Manchester, including a semester at the University of Sydney, Australia, in 2017, Manchester, England.