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PUBLIC PROJECTS
2018    Garment District Art Festival, Billboard screening at Times Square, NYC.
           Curated by ZAZ10TS
2017    24:7, Billboard screening at Times Square, NYC. Curated by ZAZ10TS
2017    Sound Waves, Permanent sculpture & interactive sound installation at
           PS377Q, Queens, NY. Commissioned by Public Art for Public Schools and
           NYC Dept. of Education
2016    Finalist: Nya Karolinska Solna, Kulturförvaltningen Stockholms läns
           landsting, Sweden
2015    Finalist: University of Montana, Missoula. Montana Percent for Art Program
2014    Passage, JR Toride Train Station, Tokyo. Commissioned by Toride City Urban
           Development Through Walls, Tokyo, Japan
2013    Night Diving, LUMEN Video & Performance Art Festival, Lyons Pool, NYC
2013    Solar Cycle 24: 15 Nightly Animation Projections, “chashama 1351”, NYC
2011    Finalist: Conduit, Community as Cultural Hub, with AV Ryan,
           CUE Art Foundation, NYC
2011    Re:Construction Downtown Dogs, NYC. Commissioned by
           Alliance for Downtown New York
2009    On the Trail… Permanent installation at Long Island Railroad station,
           Valley Stream, NY. Commissioned by MTA Arts for Transit & Urban Design
2008    Diamond Dogs, Figment Public Arts Festival, Governors Island, NYC
2008    The New: Social Club White, Brooklyn Oenology’s Special Collectors’
           Wine Labels, NYC
2008    T&T Tanqueray Style Sessions Tour, from San Francisco to New York City
2004    Six Windows, Installation at NURTUREart non-profit at
           Citigroup Lobby Window, NYC
1996    Assholes for Sale, Public performance, SoHo, NYC. Documentary video in
           New Museum's XFR STN Project collection at the Internet Archive
                                 
SELECTED ONE & TWO PERSON SHOWS
2019     SPACEHOLDERS, Thomas Hunter Projects, Hunter College, New York, NY
2018    The Shape of YES, The Cluster Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC
2010    The Pursuit of Happiness, Gallerie Bel’Art, Stockholm, Sweden
2010    No Dress Rehearsal, Galleri Syster, Luleå, Sweden
2009    in between, Sara Nightingale Gallery Apartment Annex, Shelter Island, NY
2009    Fail Better, Malin Abrahamsson & Todd Kelly, NoGlobe Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC
2009    Zenith, Malin Abrahamsson & Etta Säfve, NY Arts Beijing, Beijing, China
2009    in between, Malin Abrahamsson & Ricky Sears, RoCo, Rochester, NY
2008    Rainbow Canine Architect, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Water Mill, NY
2007    The Past is a Foreign Country, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Water Mill, NY
2006    Brooklyn Dog, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Water Mill, NY
2004    Breeze, Goliath Visual Space, Brooklyn, NYC. With music by Alvex
2003    Atmospheres, William Wagner College, Staten Island, NY
2003    Spills, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Staten Island, NY
 
SELECTED GROUP SHOWS
2019    Let’s try listening again: 13th A.I.R. Biennial, A.I.R. Gallery, NYC
2017    FORWARD SLASH / Technology, Transcendence & Tea,
           Anderson Contemporary, NYC
2014    Vantage Point, Concepto Hudson, Hudson, NY
2014    The Art of Planetary Science, Dept. of Planetary Sciences,
           University of Arizona
2011    Full Circle, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Water Mill, NY
2009    The Route of the Dashing Commuter: The Long Island Rail Road at 175,
           NYC Transit Museum
2008    Essence of Absence, Gallery Korea, NYC
2007    SITE MATTERS: Brooklyn Represents, BAC Gallery, NYC
2007    Ecologus: Perspectives on an Imperiled Habitat, Loft 36 KTV, NYC
2006    Salt Mountain, The Noble Maritime Collection Museum, NYC
2006    Once Upon A Time…, NurtureArt Gallery, NYC
2005    (be)longing, Konstens Hus, Luleå, Sweden
2005    Silver: 25th Anniversary of the Snug Harbor Studio Program,
           Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, NYC
2004    Daydreaming, Slight Alienation, Cruel Kindness & Detached Sentimentality,
           Joymore, NYC
2002    Special Editions Project, Brooklyn Front, NYC
1998    VIVA!, Visual Arts Gallery, NYC
1998    I’m Sorry, Visual Arts Gallery, NYC
 
SCREENINGS & PRESENTATIONS
2018    24:7, Mishkenot Shaananim, Israel
2016    Spaces Between Dreams: David Bindman Quintet and Malin Abrahamsson,
           College of Visual & Performing Arts, Dartmouth University of Massachusetts
2015    Art in Public Space: Nuances and Impact of Nordic Practice,
           AIA Archtober Festival: No Longer Empty + the Nordic Consulates, NYC
2015    Garage Doors Video Series, BRIC, NYC
2013    Digital Art in the Urban Environment, Pace University, NYC
2013    Hunter College Library Day, Zabar Art Library, Hunter College, NYC
2013    MoMA PopRally: Abstract Currents, Museum of Modern Art, NYC
2012    Scene: Brooklyn, Galapagos Art Space, NYC
2012    Time Lapse, Church of Sweden, NYC
 
RESIDENCIES
2018    Women’s Studio Workshop, Ceramics residency, Rosendale, NY
2018    Artist-in-Residence, Hunter College Ceramics Department, New York, NY
2018    Brooklyn Art Cluster International Artist Residency Program, NYC
2017    Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts & Sciences, Rabun Gap, GA
2009    NY Arts Beijing, Beijing, China
2007    chashama North, Spruce Farm, Pine Plains, NY
2005    chashama AREA Visual Arts Studio Award, NYC
2004    YEAR: Young European Artists at Ricklundgården, Saxnäs, Sweden
 
GRANTS, HONORS & AWARDS
2008    Travel/Project Grant, Helge Ax:son Johnsons Stiftelse, Sweden
2006    Premier Project Grant, COAHSI, NYC
2004    Arbetsstipendium, Kulturnämnden, Skellefteå Kommun, Sweden
2004    Exhibiting Arts Award, JPMorgan Chase Regrant, COAHSI, NYC
2004    Lambent Fellow of the Arts Nominee, Tides Foundation, NYC
2003    Irene C. Fromer Award for Visual Arts, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, NYC
1998    Graduated with Honors, School of Visual Arts, NYC
 
EDUCATION
1998    BFA, School of Visual Arts, NYC
1992    2-year Fine Art Program, Sunderby Folkhögskola, Södra Sunderbyn,
           Luleå, Sweden
 
PUBLISHED BOOK CHAPTERS
Abrahamsson, M. & Margolin, S. (2018). Fair Use as Creative Muse: an ongoing case study. In Hobbs, Renee (Ed.), Routledge Companion on Media Education, Copyright and Fair Use (pp.169-181). New York: Routledge.
 
Abrahamsson, M. (2015). Solar Cycle 24: 15 Nightly Projections. In Marchese, Francis T. (Ed.), Media Art and the Urban Environment: Engendering Public Engagement with Urban Ecology (pp.285-293). Heidelberg, GERMANY: Springer Verlag GmbH.
 
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2019    13th A.I.R. Biennial: Let's try listening again. Sarah Demeuse &
           Prem Krishnamurthy. New York, NY: A.I.R. Gallery.
2014    New York's Underground Art Museum: MTA Arts and Design. Bloodworth,
           Sandra & William Ayre. New York, NY: The Monacelli Press.
2014    Technology + Art, CODAmagazine
2013    Re:Construction 2007-2013: Portrait of Progress in Lower Manhattan.
           Berger, Elizabeth H. New York, NY: The Alliance for Downtown New York.
2011    Creating beauty for commuters, Newsday, New York, Alfonso A. Castillo
2011    Norrländsk svalka och urban intensitet, Norrbottens Kuriren, Sweden,
           Niklas Instedt
2011    Malin Abrahamsson’s Concept of Time, ARENA 2011, Japan, Rio Kojima,
           vol. 11
2009    Konsten att inte förlora sig själv, Norrbottens Kuriren, Sweden,
           Marianne Söderberg
2009    Malin Abrahamsson håller cynismen på avstånd, Norrländska
           Socialdemokraten, Sweden, Patrik Boström
2009    Former Staten Island artist scores big-time commission, S.I. Advance,
           New York, Michael J. Fressola
2008    Fängslad av ljuset, Svenska Dagbladet, Sweden, Niklas Instedt
2005    Residência sueca: móveis despojados, Viver Bem Decoraçao, Brazil,
           #147, Dec.
2003    Summer Sleeper Hits at the Newhouse; S.I. Advance, New York,
           Michael J. Fressola
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