Agnes Ársælsdóttir is an Icelandic visual artist working with empathy, communication and humor through audience participation to challenge our acquired knowledge. Her work takes form in performances, texts, videos and installations.
She has exhibited in group exhibitions in both Iceland, Norway and Paris. Agnes graduated from the Iceland University of the Arts with a BA degree in Spring 2018 and is currently an intern for Gérald Kurdian in Paris, France.
Guests are invited to a guided walk through the garden where they will get to know the plants in a personal way. They will also get a chance to step into the shoes of birch trees, search the habitat of field grass, and hear stories about the diverse relationships between small and tall plants and remember to walk on the grass and watch your step.
UKYA City Takeover: Nottingham 2019