D-47 Logi Leó Gunnarsson: Until now, we have not deciphered the signals from these sound emitters
Logi Leó works with sound, sculpture and video in unexpected compositions and installations that often take over the exhibition space. By activating everyday materials in combination with music, recordings and sound equipment, he enables the audience look at and listen to familiar things in a new way.
Logi Leó Gunnarsson (b.1990) lives and works in Reykjavík. He graduated with a BA degree in Fine Art from the Iceland University of the Arts in 2014. Logi has exhibited works in Kópavogur Art Museum, Gallery Port, Kunsthall Oslo and One Minute Space in Athens. Logi participated in the exhibition Abrakadabra at Reykjavík Art Museum in 2021.
The D-Gallery exhibition series started in 2007 and invites emerging artists who are contributing to the development of the local contemporary art scene to hold their first solo exhibition in a public museum.
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