Jonatan Wejnold (b. 1997) is a Danish multidisciplinary artist, composer, and sound designer based in London. He received a BFA from The Art Academy, Bergen (2021) and an MA in Contemporary Art Practice (Critical Practice) from the Royal College of Art (2023). Wejnold has worked extensively with animation, sound, and filmmaking. He often creates immersive narratives in multimedia installations, exploring a region of thought between human imagination and empirical reality.
Jonatan Wejnold's work has been exhibited and showcased internationally. His film Quantum Crows & Watery Mementos (Act I) was screened at Tate Modern in London in March 2023, while his sound work has been featured on Montez Press Radio (2023). Wejnold also presented a live performance in collaboration with artists Blake Hart-Wilson and Hogrui Liu at Staffordshire Street Gallery (2023). His immersive installations and moving image work have been exhibited at Kunsthal Aarhus (2022) and Galleri FI4E at KODE (2021) in Bergen.
Jonatan Wejnold received the KP-Prize in 2022 for his film Dear Rock of the Real World.
Wejnold has received bursaries from Grosserer L.F. Foghts Fond, Augustinus Fonden, Niels Boserups Mindelegat, William Demant Fonden, Aage og Johanne Louis Hansens Fond and Familien Hede Nielsens Fond.