Halina Kliem is a visual artist based between Los Angeles and Berlin. She studied photography, video and sound at Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts, Pittsburg and earned her MA degree in Fine Arts and Visual Culture Studies from the College of Fine Arts Berlin, class of Professor Katharina Sieverding, in 2007. Halina Kliem’s work was recently exhibited at the Neue Aachener Kunstverein (2018), Fitzpatrick-Leland House - MAK Center, Los Angeles (2017) and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London (2014). In 2015 she received the working grant for her ongoing project Atlas of Iceland’s plant life with a pinhole camera in Iceland and November 2013 she was invited by the Israeli Center for Digital Art to begin her Translation Project in Tel Aviv and near Holon neighborhood and for the project Beyond the Anient and the New as part of an exhibition grant by the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen in Kunming, China. In December 2011 and 2012, she was awarded the Chancellery of Berlin Senate's Cultural Exchange Scholarship for Xiamen, China. She exhibited at Pace, New York, Kunstmuseum Bonn, NGBK, Berlin, Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Gallery, New York, Lentos Museum of Modern Art, Linz, Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Siegen, 6. Werkleitz Biennale, Halle and Golden Pudel Club, Hamburg.