The central dynamic in Malin Abrahamsson’s work is transformation, which she describes as “equal parts survival instinct and rebellion against stasis.” A multi-disciplinary artist, she’s currently working on a series of small-scale objects that continue a formal exploration of color, space, and composition, with a specific focus on the transformative qualities of physical matter. The recipient of several residencies, grants and awards, Malin has exhibited in New York and abroad. She has completed a number of public commissions, most recently an interactive sound & sculpture installation at PS 377 in Queens, commissioned by NYC Department of Education and Public Art for Public Schools. Her animations have screened at Toride train station in Tokyo, Japan, as well as at MoMA and PACE University. Malin received a BFA with an honorable mention from The School of Visual Arts in 1998. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.