CV

Kirsten Bertelsen b. 1966

Education
2019 (Ongoing) MFA Fine Art
Goldsmiths Fine Art Department
University of London

2015 BA (Hons) Fine Arts
University of the Arts London (UAL)
Central Saint Martins School of Arts and Design

1998 MSc in Psychology
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Department of Psychology and Behavioural Science

Exhibitions   
2018  Group Show Mother, Gallery Maskinhuset in Grängesberg, Sweden
2018  Group Show, Round the House, Huset i Asnæs Galleri, Asnæs, Denmark
2018  Group Show, , Madge, The Bomb Factory Foundation London, UK
2016  Group Show Untitled, The Yellow Door Gallery Dumfries, Scotland
2015  Metaphonica Film Festival,  I would rather,  London, UK
2015  The Kings Cross Curious Festival The Girl with the Pitcher London, UK
2015  Strangelove Moving Image Festival The Girl with the Pitcher, l, London, UK 2015
2014  Group Show, Charting the Personal Terrain, The Rag Factory London, UK
2007  DCK Odense, In Between Public Walls, Denmark 2007  

Curation

2022 Åfjord Municipality, art activities and curation
2021  En kyst kysten flere kyster alle kystene Åfjord Municipality
2018  Maj, Maskinhuset in Grängesberg Sweden
2017  Curation Fe – Element No 26, Gallery Maskinhuset in Grängesberg Sweden

Commissions
2019  Water, Mountain, Water, Bygda 2.0 Stokkøya, Norway
2018  Ooh Ooh Ooh, Universal Music Group London UK
2018  Heureka! Universal Music Group London, UK

Public Art Work     
2020 Food for Elias, Stokkoya, Norway
2020 Legend has it, Stokkoya, Norway
2019 On Precarious Ground, Stokkoya, Norway
2018 Kjølna Stokkøya, Norway
2017, However Low the Sun, Greenwich Park for Nordisk Kulturfund, London UK
2017 It Will Be Fine Stokkøya, Norway                                                    2016, The Stove Network, Dumfries Scotland 201

2016 Founder of Stokkoyart Collaborative Residency (Norway)                                        An international residency program in collaboration with Bygda 2.0 and Central Saint Martins School of Arts and Design.

2009-2015 Founder of Gesamtkunstwerk Aps in partnership with curator Tine Nygaard. Featuring new methods of collaboration between cultural institutions and their audiences.