Karin Lindh is a Swedish artist working with sculpture in the public realm. With the specific place and situation as a starting point each work unfolds and develops through walks, texts, material and the involvment of others. In recent years she has collaborated with artists and architects in various contexts. With commissioned artworks for the new train station Citybanan and the hospital Nya Karolinska Solna as well as self-organized initiatives and collaborative projects such as as the studio collective Slakthusateljéerna, Ett rum med utsikt – an art project in and about the Slakthus- and Globen areas in Stockholm and the magazine STAD. She is currently working on a the restoration and remaking of Poseidons torg in Haninge and with commissioned works for the new hospital in Helsingborg and Arlanda Airport. She is also digging in the fields of Alsike Nord, looking for some good clay.
Karin has been giving workshops and lectures in several art schools since 2006. In 2012-2013 she worked as the artistic director at the Nordic Art School (FI). Since 2017 Karin is working as an art consultant for the municipality of Knivsta. Born in 1977, Karin lives and works in Solna. She holds a MFA degree from the Royal Institute of Art.