2009-2014 MFA Concordia University, Montreal, QB, Canada.

2001-2004 BFA Icelandic University of the Arts, Reykjavík, Iceland.




2017 Garden, Reykjavik Art Museum (Reykjavik, Iceland). Curator: Edda Halldórsdóttir.

2016 Perspective- seeking form Gallerí Grótta (Reykjavik, Iceland). 

2016 Matteri in motion, Hverfisgallerí (Reykavík, Iceland). Curator: Aldís Snorradóttir

2015 Internal, ASÍ Art Museum (Reykjavik, Iceland)

2014 Render & React, THE MAI, Montreal Arts Intercultural (Montreal, Canada).

2013 Work in Progress, MFA Gallery, Concordia University (Montreal, Canada).



2019 Pavillion Nordico, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Curator Gudny Gudmundsdottir.

2019 Earth-bodies, Museo De Geología (Mexico city, Mexico). Curators: Jonatan Habib Enqvist & Gabriel Mestre

2018 Hringvellir - Thingvellir Turning, Inclusive Nation, Thingvellir National Park & Gerðarsafn Art Museum Kópavogur, Iceland. Curators: Guðny Guðmundsdóttir, Jonatan Habib Enqvist, Sara Öldudóttir

2018 Turning Points, Cryptopian States, Cycle Festival (Berlin, Germany) 

Curators: Guðny Guðmundsdóttir, Jonatan Habib Enqvist, Sara Öldudóttir

2017 Snörun / Ensnare, Disko Arts Festival Greenland.

2016 Sumarryk, Installation, Hjalteyri Factory. 

2016 Traces of Water, Hafnarborg (Reykjavik, Iceland). Curators Ágústa Kristófersdóttir & Birgir Snæbjörn Birgisson. 

2014 Off Paper, Pole de création et de diffusion de Gaspé (Montreal, Canada).

2011 Echo of The North, Galtaviti, (Westfjords, Iceland). 

2010 The Hive, Concordia MFA Show (Montreal, QC, Canada). 

2010 Elimination of The Inbetween, Gallery Atsui (Vancouver, BC, Canada). 


2019 Artist in residence, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin, Germany) 2019-2020

2016 The Art of Stillness, (Banff Canada). Cross-disciplinary residency and exhibition


2012 Guðmunda Andrésdóttir Fund

Anna Rún Tryggvadóttir is an Icelandic, Berlin based Artist.


In her continued work with material performances the artist devises technologically driven systems that facilitate and explore kinetic and cyclical behaviour of natural elements. Chosen materials are located in a perpetual movement or forced into a collaborative gesture with one another. Without a fixed outcome, the process ‘the work’ is never fully predictable or under control. The work engages in a feminist perspective of vulnerability, focusing on processes rather than an end result. Speaking for physical, emotional and material spaces that are somehow in between, undefined, or against a monumental or even singular outcome. She addresses the politics of materials by playing with their properties and agency within a constructed situation. The artist is exploring these points of intersections as metaphors for the constituents of our lives, our connection to nature and the space between nature and the humanly constructed.