1996-98        Hochschule der Künste Berlin
1992-96        Myndlista- og handíðaskóli Íslands
1995             Erasmus exhange in Hannover
1987-91        Reykjavík Junior College
1996-        The Icelandic Love Corporation:                
                    Solo exhibitions:
1997        “Voyage of Discovery“- with Chris van Steenbergen,
         Gallery Schallschutz, Hannover, Germany
1996        “Wishbone-Performance“- Gallery Gúlp!, Austurvöllur, Reykjavik
        “The Future is Beautiful“- Café au Lait, Reykjavik
        “The Wish Comes True“- Art Window, Icelandic Agricultural Bank, Reykjavik
1995        “Only The Two of Us“- Gallerí Gúlp!, Reykjavík
        Group exhibitions:
2007            “The Godess in the Machine” - Óðinn, a coast guard ship, Reykjavík
2006             “The Collection”- The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík
2003              “The Living Art Museum 25th anniversary“-The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík
2001              “The Living Art Museum and The Bank of Iceland“- The Bank of Iceland Branches
2000              “Open/Closed“- Gallery Hlemmur
1999              “Genders“- The Reykjavik Academy
1998              “The Changeling“-Quergalerie, Berlin    
1997              “A Little Bit of Eternity“- Tacheles, Berlin
        Projects for magazines:
2007            The Icelandic Medical Journal, 9/2007
2002        Ritið: 3/2002, tímarit hugvísindastofnunar, Reykjavik ISSN: 1670-0139
2008            Nominee for the DV Art Awards 
1996            Award of Excellency from the Icelandic College of Arts and Crafts
2000-08    Visiting Tutor at The Iceland Academy of the Arts
1999-00    Tour Guide, Kjarvalsstaðir, Reykjavik Art Museum
1999        Living Art Museum Board member
1998-99    Co-director/editor/writer/host, „The Octopus”, Icelandic National Broadcasting Service
1998        Jury member, Transmediale´98 Video Festival, Berlín
        Public Museums and collections:
                    Reykjavik Art Museum        
        ASÍ Art Museum
                    The Living Art Museum
Private Collections
Eirún graduated from the Icelandic College of Arts and Craft in
1996 and studied at the Arts Academy in Berlin 1996-1998.
Since 1996 she has exhibited actively home and abroad
Parallel to the collaboration she has been exhibiting her
solo projects which are the focus of this home page.