Bergur Thomas Anderson

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Studies:
2015-2017: Master Artistic Research at The Royal Academy of Art / The Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Netherlands.
2014-2015: Philosophy on B.A. level at The University of Iceland.
2008-2011: BFA from Iceland Academy of the Arts.

Projects:
2018. Organizer and co-founder of Anomia - A night of moving images by artists.
2017 - present. Organizer and co-founder of project space at7 in Amsterdam.
2012 - present. Member of Grísalappalísa, a rock band from Reykjavík, Iceland.
2013 - present. Member of Sagitaria Raga, an improvisational music group.

Solo exhibitions and performances:
2018. Performance Phrases at project space at7, Amsterdam.
2018. Performance Too close to the ghost at 4bid gallery, Amsterdam.
2017. Performance The Shaker and Me at KABK, The Hague.
2017. Performance Conversations by the Fire at 1646, The Hague.
2016. Performance Lucky Seat at Mengi, Reykjavík, Iceland.
2016. Performance Lucky Seat at LocatieZ, The Hague.
2015. Hittingar / Acquaintances. Seyðisfjörður swimming pool garden.

Selected group exhibitions:
2017. Laumulistasamsteypan's Kareoke Bar. at7, Amsterdam
2017. Hamur/Ham & the Clusterfog gig. Harbinger, Reykjavík, Iceland.
2017. Relay. KABK, The Hague.
2017. The Ongoing Conversation #4. 1646, The Hague.
2016. Þá það. Harbinger, Reykjavík, Iceland.
2016. Our crush on glossiness might be linked with our primitive desire for water. w/ Natasha Taylor and Helena Aðalsteinsdóttir. RAAR, Rotterdam Art and Radio.
2016. An infinite game of chance. LocatieZ, The Hague.
2016. When everyone is drunk it doesn't matter how it looks. Royal Gallery of KABK, The Hague.
2015. Kyrralíf / Still Life. Reykjavík Art Museum, Iceland. Curators: Helga Páley Friðþjófsdóttir & Þorvaldur Jónsson.
2015. Tropicalia. Eiðistorg. Reykjavík, Iceland. Curated by Kunstschlager team.
2014. Mucho Grandi. Art festival on Culture Night. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2014. Friends & Lovers. Kling & Bang Gallery. Reykjavík, Iceland