Selma Hreggviðsdóttir graduated with an MFA degree from Glasgow school of Art in 2014 and a BA degree from the Iceland University of the Arts in 2010 and a master's degree in art education in 2021 from the same university. She has exhibited in Iceland and abroad and was nominated for the Icelandic Art Prize 2021. Selma has exhibited at Kling and Bang Reykjavík, Berg Contemporary Reykjavík, Civic Room Glasgó, the Reykjavík Living Art Museum, the Akureyri Art Museum, Space 52 Athens and Klingental Basel. Selma joined Kling and Bang after graduating in 2010 and has worked on various publications and other exhibition-related projects. She was one of the editors of Endemis visuals on contemporary art of Icelandic women and has directed exhibitions at the Art Museum of Akureyri and Gerðarsafn and directed Kling and Bagn's contributions to the Art Festival in 2018 and 2020. She was co-ordinator at the Center for Architecture and Design in Scotland and chaired the Sequences Real time Art Festival (2018 to 2020). Selma has worked as a student teacher at the Iceland University of the Arts and the Reykjavík Academy of Fine Arts.