Stine Gonsholt is a visual artist working within the field of video, photo, animation and sound, in parallel with collaborative projects including documentaries and experimental video. She has also produced a series of public commissions and artist books (Spriten Forlag). 

For several years, Gonsholt has realised projects that deals with questions related to development processes; Changes within local communities as a consequence of global development, is a main point of interest. As of 2017, she is collaborating with artist Åse Løvgren on the project “The Valley”, a landscape investigation of small village on the West-Coast of Norway. In this project the village is used as a prism to look at global transitions related to production and economy, and how this alters our understanding of place. Upcoming exhibition 2019; Greenlightdistrict festival, HI10 in Skien, Nye Fortsettelser at Vaksdal, curated by Anne Szefer Karlsen and Vestlandsutstillingen curated by Marte Danielsen Jølbo.

Stine Gonsholt work is exhibited internationally and acquired by amongst other: The Arts Council Norway (2005), University of Stavanger, Norway (2006) and The Norwegian Journalists Association (2009). Her first documentary film "Mission Mongolia" received the BKH prize 2003 and was shown on the public broadcaster in Norway, NRK. She has received State working grants for artists and in 2014 “The Telemark County footprint award”, for the project "Corridors", where she documented transitions caused by infrastructure constructions in Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso.

Stine Gonsholt (b.1973 in Skien, Norway) graduated from Bergen National Academy of Arts in Norway in 2003. She divides her time living and working in Skien and Berlin.