The Reykjavik Arts Festival, from May 15 through June 5, will feature more than 30 exhibitions and works by over 60 native and international artists. Most of the city’s exhibition spaces will be used for the festival, including the Reykjavik Art Museum, where the Experiment Marathon, a laboratory in which artists, architects, filmmakers, academics and scientists will create a series of installations, screenings and performances. Other exhibitions include “Reflection — Icelandic Contemporary Photography,” a group show at the National Gallery of Photography in the National Museum of Iceland; and public installations across the city like “Atlantis” in which the artists Tea Makipaa and Halldor Ulfarsson will submerge a house in a local pond to explore the theme of survival. A complete schedule will be available at www.artfest.is by the end of the month.