Dodda Maggý (b. 1981) is an Icelandic artist and composer based in Reykjavík. Her practice centres around the research of time-based media ranging from formal studies of the structural relationship between the visual and the aural to exploring the ethereal qualities of video, sound and music. A reoccurring theme in her work is the pursuit of giving form to perceptual experiences. Producing audio/visual installations, purely sound based work, musical compositions or silent moving images Dodda Maggý attempts to externalize the internal dimensions of the sensorial and the fantastical.
Dodda Maggý holds two BA degrees from The Iceland Academy of the Arts, in Fine Arts and in Musical Composition, and an MFA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. She was also a participant in the Nordic Sound Art program, a two year MFA level study program in Sound Art at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Malmö Art Academy, Oslo National College of the Arts and Trondheim Academy of Fine Art.