Unnur Andrea Einarsdóttir is an Icelandic visual artist and musician. In her work she explores our relationship with technology and the utopian and dystopian manifestations of our digital present. It investigates the divide between our virtual lives and physical bodies, and how global networks influence our identities, societies and collective perception of reality. Unnur Andrea works mainly with video, performance and installation, often seeking to create an immersive and encompassing experience for the viewer. As a singer and music producer, thesonic elements remain an important and central factor in most of her work. Unnur Andrea has exhibited at the ARS electronica festival (Linz), the Meta.Morf biennale (Trondheim), Reykjavík Art Museum and Atelier Nord (Oslo) to name a few. Unnur holds a master’s degree in fine arts from Kunstakademiet i Trondheim and has received grants and stipends from Norske billedkunstnere, Myndstef, Myndlistarsjóður, Kulturrådet and the Trondheim Municipality culture funds.