Ellen Dynebrink (b.1986, Gothenburg) is a textile artist based in Gothenburg whose work revolves around feminist theory and subordinated aesthetics and materials. Her method includes exploring the value of feminine coded expressions and objects, often taking a starting point in the variables of time, control and material. She received her MFA in textile art from the University of Gothenburg (HDK-Valand) in 2017 and a BFA in Textile Design from The Swedish school of Textiles in 2014.
Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums both nationally and internationally; Charlottenborg Kunsthall (Copenhagen), Liljevalch’s Vårsalong (Stockholm), 3e våningen / GIBCA Extended (Gothenburg), Open Craft (Örebro), Gustavsberg Konsthall (Värmdö), Nina Sagt Gallery (Düsseldorf), Konsthall C (Stockholm). She has been an artist in residency at the Nordiska Akvarellmuseet and her work has been featured in the magazine Hemslöjd, Form Magazine and Göteborgs Posten.