Nils Agdler (b.1969) is a Swedish visual artist and filmmaker. He received a MFA from Konstfack in Stockholm, followed by studies in fine arts at Valand Academy in Gothenburg. In his artistic practice, Agdler is interested in contemporary social and visual phenomena, representation and history, environmental issues, posthumanism and colonialism, primarily working in the fields of photography and film. He has also been collaborating with other artists and produced short films and large film installations. Over the past 20 years, he has worked on issues that concern men and masculinities, and produced several exhibitions related to this theme. His work has been shown at museums and galleries such as The 5th Moscow Biennale in Russia, Ostrale Biennale O21 and O23 in Germany, Pori Art Museum in Finland, and Kalmar Art museum and Gothenburg Art Museum in Sweden. Recently also at festivals such as London and Los Angeles Super Shorts Film Festivals, Boston Short Film Festival, New Jersey Independent Film Festival, Shockfest Film Festival, Obskuur Ghent Film Festival, Defy Film Festival in Nashville, 24th Très Court International Film Festival, Sydney World Film Festival, Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, 35th Kasseler Dokfest, Exground filmfest in Wiesbaden and Festival des Cinémas Différents. He is distributed by Filmform – The Art Film and Video Archive, Sweden.