Solo Exhibitions

Visitations: from Iceland to Alaska in borderless arctic seas  at Anchorage Museum Alaska: 7th Oct. 2022 – Sept. 2023

Visitations: Polar Bears out of Place at Akureyri Art Museum         25th Sept 2021 – 9th January 2022

Debatable Lands: Dialogues from Shared Worlds at Gerðarsafn, Kópavogur, Reykjavík –Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson 20-year Retrospective Exhibition –11th of Sept to 9th of January 2022

Vanishing Point: Where Species Meet, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Palmerstone Place, as part of Edinburg Art Festival 2019  July 25th  –  August  25th  2019

The Only Show in Town, Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence, USA Installation (Opens April 5th through July 7th 2019)

Feral Attraction:The Museum of Ghost Ruminants, solo exhibition in Gallerie Hnjotur, Iceland (June 2018 – September 2019)

Beyond Plant Blindness, installation in three locations in the Botanical Garden in Gothenburg, Sweden (12th of April – 15th September 2017)

Feral Attraction: The Museum of Ghost Ruminants, solo exhibition in Listasafn ASI, Reykjavík, Iceland (5th – 28th February 2016)

Trout Fishing in America and Other stories solo- exhibition Arizona State Museum, 3rd October – 17th January 2015, curated by Heather Lineberry & Ron Broglio.

State Darwin Museum Moscow, as part of UK – Russia year of Culture 2014. Vanishing Point: Where Species Meet.  20.01 – 20.02 2014

Animal Matters: Sverdrup Gallery, University of Oslo. 11.05 to 24.08 2012.

I’m Not There: installation at the site of Beaumaris Zoo,Ten Days on the Island Festival, Hobart,Tasmania, 2011

Uncertainty in the City: Pets, Pests and Prey, Storey Gallery, Lancaster, UK 18.09 – 27.11 2010   #The Broken Skin (16.10) public talk event as part of exhibition (live streamed) #The Wild and the Cultivated (30.10) public talk event as part of exhibition (live streamed) #The Desirable Neighbour (13.11) public talk event as part of exhibition (live streamed)

Radio Animal: touring radio station # Lanercost Priory, 10.07  #Grizedale Arts, Cumbria, 13.11  #Lancaster, Market Square, 23.10 #Interspecies, A-Foundation, London 3-6.10  # Egremont Crab Fair, 19.09 #Broughton Game Fair 28.06 #Appleby Horse Fair 4-6.06 # Lancaster Garden and Country Fair 7.06 2010

between you and me: (installation including video works the naming of things and Three Attempts) #Kalmar Museum, Exhibition, Kalmar Sweden 29.08 to 24.10 2010, #Pod Space Gallery Newcastle, Sydney Australia 12.07 to 2.08 2010, #Glashuset, Gothenburg 27.03 to 12.04 2009

nanoq: flat out and bluesome, Photographic Installations and events, #Tromsø Polar Museum, Tromsø, Norway, 1.06 2011 – 30.03 2012, #Svalbard Museum, Longyearbyen, Spitzbergen, 2010/11, #Manchester Metropolitan Museum, 13.02 -11.07 2010, #Worcester Art Galleries and Museum, 27.11 2009 -10.01 2010, #nanuk, Grenna Museum, Sweden 13.06 – 13.09 2009, #New Walk Museum, Leicester 24.01 – 5.04 2009, #Scott Polar Research Institute, 13.05 – 20.08 2008, #Fram Museum, Oslo, Norway, 30.11 07 -1.09 2008, #Nordic House, Faroe Islands, 14.03 – 30.04 2007, #Horniman Museum, London, 10 2006 – 03 2007, #Nordatlantens Brygge, Copenhagen, 09.2006 – 02.2007, #nanoq, installation and book launch, Valand School of Art, Gothenburg, 2006, #Sensi(a)ble Spaces, Askja, The Centre for Natural Sciences, University of Iceland, 2006, #Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol, 2006, #University Museum of Natural History, Oxford, 2004

nanoq: flat out and bluesome (installation incorporating ten taxidermic  polar bears) in Spike Island, Bristol, 2004

(a)fly, #Konstmuseum, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2007, National Museum of Iceland, & Reykjavik City Library, for Reykjavik International Art Festival, 2006

Big Mouth Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland, 2004

There are some things you have to know, 300m3, Göteborg, Sweden, 2004

Lullabies, Hafnarhúsið, Reykjavik City Museum. Iceland, 2003