Linnéa Sjöberg (b. 1983 lives and works in Stockholm) works with performance, embodying the subject of her interest to the point where no distinction can be made between her work and her persona. The remnants of her actions are documented through text, photography, objects and textile works. The materials in Sjöberg’s works meld and fuse together, and layer the past into a non-linear narrative, where time utterly collapses.


Recent solo exhibitions include Jag har spytt tusen år av ord, Belenius, Stockholm (2017); Layers of Shit, Belenius/Nordenhake, Stockholm (2016); and Recollect, Galleri Mejan, Stockholm (2012). The artist has also participated in numerous group shows including NADA, New York (2018); ACT III: Making Others Mad, NSFW, Gothenburg (2017); AS IF WE NEVER SAID GOODBYE, Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Berlin (2017); Biotop, Biologiska Museet, Stockholm (2017); Our Winter Show, Steinsland Berliner, Stockholm (2016); Grade //// Separation, Belenius, Stockholm (2016); Industrisemester, Maskinhuset, Gränesberg (2016); and Swedish Art: Now!,  Sven-Harrys Konsthall, Stockholm (2016).