Rainy Siagian (b.1994) is an artist based in-between Brussels (Belgium) and Reykjavik (Iceland). In her work, she constructs a different understanding of the meaning of light and space. Playing with confusion and the unknown of the tradition of romantic landscape. Whereas some images are carefully constructed, others are incidental scenes she encounters, thus becoming less about a specific subject and more about feeling.
After she obtained her MFA at The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium, Siagian has repeatedly returned to Iceland, which has since been a fertile source of inspiration for her.
Exhibitions of Siagian work took place internationally and appeared in such publications as Aint Bad Magazine, Phases Magazine, C41 Magazine, among many others. She is currently working on her Doctoral Studies in Museum Studies at the University of Iceland.