CV - Erla S. Haraldsdóttir, Born in Reykjavik, Iceland

Works and lives in Gothenburg and Stockholm, Sweden


94-98 MFA, Valand School of Fine Art,  Gothenburg
97 San Francisco Art Institute, New Genres Department, San Francisco
93-94 Royal University College of Fine Arts, Stockholm

Solo exhibitions, performances:

2000 After Effect "AIR"www-project,, San Francisco
1999 Beautiful Landscape  Ynglingagatan1 Gallery, Stockholm
1998 Peekaboo  Ynglingagatan 1 Gallery, Stockholm
1998 See you   Rotor Gallery, Gothenburg
1997 Footprints Performance at SFMOMA, San Francisco
1996 Footprints Performance at Gothenburg Art museum, Gothenburg
1996 Portraits  Rotor Gallery, Gothenburg

Selected Group exhibitions:

2000 Skoghall  Collaboration with Bo Melin, Public Safety, curated by Alfredo Jaar, Skoghall
2000  Stockholm Art Fair
1999 FESARS Konstakuten, Stockholm
1999 Trolleys having fun  Artspace, Arlanda Airport
1999 Lightshow  Signal Gallery, Malmö
1998 Cashbox Box Gallery, Gothenburg
1998 Stuff it  Ynglingatan 1, Stockholm
1998 View from Kom Hotell, Wednesday Happening, Ynglingagatan 1 Gallery, Stockholm
1998 A part of universe  Schaper Sundberg Gallery,  Stockholm
1998 Angel-Spotting  Gallery 54,  Gothenburg
1997 A one night event for the senses  Club No TV, San Francisco
1997 Dokumenta  X   SubBau Gallery, Gothenburg
1997 New Agora SvD Gallery, Stockholm
1997 European Media Art Festival  Osnabrueck, Germany
1996 Social Service  Social welfare office, Gothenburg
1995 Sculpture at Läckö Castle, Linköping

2000-2001 on tour with Riksutställningar, Swedish Traveling Exhibitions:
2000 Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala
2000 Sandvikens Konsthall, Sandviken
2000 Jönköpings Läns Museum, Jönköping
2001 Röda Sten, Gothenburg  Västerås Kulturhus, Västerås


1996 Cultural researcher, for Swedish Television, Iceland
1997 Teaching assistant, professor Tony Labat, performance and installation, New Genres Department, San Francisco Art Institute
1998-2000 Board member Ynglingagatan 1 Gallery, Stockholm


National public art council
Gothenburg city council of arts and culture