Hildur Bjarnadóttir


Hildur Bjarnadóttir’s works use Icelandic plants (weeds, native plants, non-native plants, ‘naturalized’ plants, propagated plants) as a cartography tool—a way to map a history of the land, a history of the people, a history of her family, her own history. Color as story. Making the land itself the artwork.

You can see more of Hildur’s work here and also here.

All images from hildur.net


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