Signe Guttormsen (b. 1964) is educated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, Denmark and the Rijksakademie van beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam, Holland. Guttormsen has been living in Cologne for many years, today she lives and works in Copenhagen.
Guttormsen creates works that stage the absent and at the same time originate from the conditions of a given material. She especially works with photography, painting and with a still growing focus on site-specific, building-integrated projects. Amongst Guttormsens more renowned projects are Køge Town Hall, Banedanmark and Frederik VIII's Palace at Amalienborg. In addition, she has had several solo exhibitions for example Med Ryggen towards the cruise line at Horsens Art Museum, Die Verbindung wird gehalten in Galerie Oberem in Bonn, Germany and Moving Things in Galerie Mikael Andersen in Copenhagen. Guttormsen is represented in collections at the Danish Arts Foundation, Horsens Art Museum, KØS (Museum of Art in the Public Space), Sorø Art Museum and Kunsthalle Bremerhaven, Germany.