Gudrun Lock
Adjunct Faculty
MFA, University of Minnesota
BFA, University of Minnesota

Gudrun Lock has installed work in foreclosed homes, storefronts, bars, a houseboat, and a soon-to-be-demolished apartment building as well as in Union Square Park, the Atlantic Ocean, and a hole in her backyard. Her video pieces have been shown at the Montreal Underground Film Festival, on MNTV, and at the Tweed Museum of Art, as well as during the Feminist Art Conference in Toronto 2013.

Lock is a 2016 recipient of the Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant and was a resident at the Soap Factory's 3x5 series and at the White Page Gallery, both in Minneapolis. As a 2017 Walker Art Center Benston Local Scholar, she is published in Crosscuts, having worked with their Moving Image Collection.

Lock has taught in the University of Minnesota's Time and Interactivity Department, as well as at Macalester College as an adjunct professor. She currently teaches at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Her sculptural work is presently on view in the Frederick Layton Gallery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.