Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - When stillness culminates, there is movement ", 11th Gwangju Biennale The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do?), Gwangju 2016

Gunilla Klingberg

Gunilla Klingberg (1966) lives and works  in Stockholm, Sweden. Solo exhibitions include Eskilstuna Konstmuseum, Sweden and Times Museum, Guangzhou, China (both 2016); A Sign in Space at the Åhus museum, Sweden (2015); Malmö Konsthall, Sweden (2014); Rice Gallery, Houston, Texas and Eastside Projects in Birmingham (both 2013); Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen and Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm (both 2009); Kiasma, Helsinki (2004). She participated in the Gwangju Biennale, South Korea (2016);  the Curitiba Biennial, Brazil (2013); the 1st Biennial of Art, Nature and Urbanism, Gernika, Bermeo, Spain (2012); the Biennale for International Light Art, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (2010); the Istanbul Biennial (2007), The Moderna Exhibition 2006, Moderna Museet, Stockholm and the Venice Biennial (2003) with Peter Geschwind. Most recent public commissions include Tromsö UIT Arctic University, Norway (KORO 2017-18); Kristianstads Rådhus, Sweden (2014); Hjorthagen pathway (Stockholm Konst), Sweden (2013) and Citytunneln, Triangeln train station in Malmö (2010). Klingberg's residencies include the Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin in 2001/02 and IASPIS in Stockholm 2004. In 1997 she graduated from Konstfack University College Of Arts, Crafts and Design from the Department of Sculpture after studying Magazine and Newspaper Design at RMI-Berghs in 1989.

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg & Peter Geschwind - Not a single story", Nirox Foundation, South Africa 2018

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - When stillness culminates, there is movement ", 11th Gwangju Biennale The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do?), Gwangju 2016

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - When stillness culminates, there is movement ", 11th Gwangju Biennale The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do?), Gwangju 2016

SUN PRINT, storefront window at Jungian Chulhakwon, Gwanju, South Korea, 2016 06 05. 10.29-11.14., 2016, cyanotype, 215 x 165 cm

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - When stillness culminates, there is movement ", Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm, 2017

ReCharge, 2016, 7 LED tube lamps powered from batteries charged by solar panels, dimensions variable

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - Brand New View", Times Museum, Guangzhou, China 2015

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - A Sign in Space", Malmö Konsthall, Malmö 2014

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - A Sign in Space", Malmö Konsthall, Malmö 2014

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - A Sign in Space", Malmö Konsthall, Malmö 2014

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - A Sign in Space", Malmö Konsthall, Malmö 2014

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - Parallelareal Variable", Eastside Projects, Birmingham 2013

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - Wheel of Everyday Life", Rice University Art Gallery, Houston 2013. Photo: Nash Baker

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - Sense & Sustainability", Art biennale, Urdaibai 2012.

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - Sense & Sustainability", Art biennale, Urdaibai 2012.

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg", Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm 2009

Seduction of Spirit, 2004, laser cut acrylic glass, 85 x 140 cm

Installation view "Gunilla Klingberg - Cosmic Matter", 10th Istanbul Biennal, IASPIS solo project, Istanbul 2007

Dream Catcher, 2007, 14 string stainless steel "dream catchers", Ø = 20, 40 and 60 cm

Transtube System, 2002, rice paper lampshades, 350 x 400 x 270 cm

Spar Loop, 2000, dvd loop 11:50 min

Seven Eleven Twist, 1997, wallpainting, two surveillance mirrors, dimensions varible