Hrefna Lind is going through a divorce 
As a single mother dealing with logistics around the housing market today.
How is it possible to get through it?
How is it possible to survive as an artist today?
How can you make the impossible possible?

My House is a 40 day multi-platform performance where Hrefna Lind uses her artistic practice to survive her own situation on the Real estate market in Reykjavik.

Come to her open house where you will experience a live music Video EP lounge where her house is for sale.

Its important to reserve a spot, there are only spots for 12 people for each show.
The open house will last for max one hour.

Open House:
17. ágúst. 18:00 - 19:00
18. ágúst. 18:00 - 19:00
21. ágúst. 18:00 - 19:00
22. ágúst. 18:00 - 19:00
23. ágúst. 18:00 - 19:00

Frítt inn en panta þarf miða. 
Opnað verður fyrir miðapantanir 8.ágúst 2017
Miðapantanir sendist á becomingmyhouse [at]

Free admission but it is required to book one.
Tickets will be available August 8th 2017
Please send to becomingmyhouse [at] 

By Hrefna Lind Lárusdóttir

Pétur Eggertsson, Music
Sigurður Unnar Birgisson, Videowork
Selma Rut Ólafsdóttir, Make up artist
Andrea Vilhjálmsdóttir, Dramaturgy
Guðrún Heiður Ísaksdóttir, Best friend, Artistic conversations
Stefán Ingvar Vigfússon, Roomate
Eysteinn Orri Gunnarsson, Ex- husband
Vernharð Þorleifsson, Real estate broker

About Hrefna Lind
2011 BA, Literature and Art Pedagogy, University of Iceland
2014 MFA, Theatre Contemporary Performance, Naropa University, Boulder Colorado
2017 MFA, Performing Arts, Art Academy of Iceland

Based in Iceland, performance artist Hrefna Lind Lárusdóttir works across disciplines, including physical theatre, performance, dance, video installations, music, and written texts. Her performances tend to bring the audience to the borders of reality and fantasy, where she reconstructs everyday life to meet the audience in a space of the unknown.

Her newest piece, My House, is based in artistic research about how Social Media and reality merges together into a performance space. The piece is grounded in her own reality and the struggle to survive in the housing market in Reykjavík today. 
She situates her work in-between autobiographical performance, relational art and happenings. In her practise she writes songs that can be described as off-beat, glittery storytelling about domestic ordinary things.