Minna Långström (1974) is a media artist and filmmaker from Helsinki, Finland.

Her artistic work consists of films -short fiction and documentary-, as well as cinematic installations, combinging moving images with spatial elements. Her work processes tend to be extensive, well researched and interdisciplinary. Her work focuses on social perspectives on technologically mediated narratives and visual technologies, as well as certain political histories and their cinematic influences on the present. The intuitive experience and role of the viewer is a central aspect of her installations. Her work has been exhibited at museums such as Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Frankfurter Kunstverein and Nassauisher Kunstverein. Gallery exhibitions and events include Interaccess Gallery in Toronto, Kunsthalle Lophem in Belgium, Boston Cyber Arts festival, Avanto Festival in Helsinki, Sinne-, MUU-, and Korjaamo Gallery in Helsinki, Finland. Her films have been part of the official selection at several international film festivals, such as Tampere Film Festival, Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Busan International Art Film Festival, Chicago Arthouse Film Festival, and CPR Film Festival, the Curatorial Program for Research.

She holds an MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki (MFA), 2003, including exchange studies and practical training at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. She has been selected for exhibitions at Frankfurter Kunstverein, InterAccess in Toronto, and Kiasma, Helsinki, among others, and has been artist-in-residence at IASPIS (Nifca), Stockholm and FACT, Liverpool. She was granted the William Thuring award by the Finnish Art Society in 2017. She was an assistant professor in Moving Image at the Academy of Fine Art in Helsinki 2008-2012, and head of the Bioart Society board 2013-2016.

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