Ingrid Halland is an art and architectural historian and art critic, based in Oslo and Bergen, Norway. She is associate professor in modern and contemporary art and architecture history at the University of Bergen and associate professor II at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, where she teaches in the PhD program. She is the leader and principal investigator of the research project TiO2: How Norway Made the World Whiter, funded by the Research Council of Norway (2023–2028). Halland’s academic articles have appeared in Log, Journal of Design History, Aggregate, Arkitektur N, and Kunst og kultur, and the book Ung Uro: Unsettling Climates in Nordic Art, Architecture & Design (2021). Halland is editor in chief of Metode, a publishing platform by ROM for kunst og arkitektur.