Hulda Rós Gudnadóttir is a contemporary visual artist and a filmmaker born in Reykjavík, Iceland but based in Berlin, Germany. She works mostly on long-term projects like creative documentaries, large mixed-media installations and interdisciplinary collaborative projects, as well as smaller works such as single-channel videos, performance, intervention, sculptures and digital photography. The subjects of her work touch upon socio-economic issues from a personal perspective, and come to life through a practice and public exhibition-based process that she likes to define as research. Gudnadóttir holds an MA degree in interactive design from Middlesex University (2001), a BA in visual art from Iceland Academy of the Arts (2007) and a BA in cultural anthropology from the Unversity of Iceland (1997). She has taken part in numerous solo-/group exhibitions and screenings internationally, and has won many awards for her filmmaking, including Academy Awards ('Edda') for best documentary in her native country of Iceland.