Ninna Berger

Born 1980

Lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden

MFA & BFA Textiles, Konstfack, University College of Arts and Crafts, 2001 - 2007



International Exchange and Travel Grant, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, 2016

Studio Support, City of Stockholm, 2016-2018

1-year Working Grant, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, 2015

Iaspis Residency Scholarship, SPACE / London,The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, 2014

International Exchange and Travel Grant, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee 2014

International Exchange and Travel Grantt, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, 2013

International Exchange and Travel Grant, The Swedish Design Society, 2012

Project Grant, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, 2011

Travel Gant, Estrid Ericsson Fund, 2006, 2007 & 2008


(upcoming) duoshow, hangmenProjects, Stockholm, Sweden (fall 2017)

Assigned as artistic leader of a process based work and installation of artwork for Värnamo Folkhögskola, inaguration June 2017

AIR at Flaggfabrikken, Bergen, Norway, February - March 2017

Why Does it Feel so Good?, Örnsbergsauktionen, Stockholm, 2017

Guest Lecturer, Visual Arts Department, Umprum Academy of Arts, Architectureand Design, Prague, Czech Republic, 2016

Guest Lecturer / Tutor, Textile Department, Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, 2016

From the Same Mother (Fiction, Reality and Dreams), soloshow, opening 18 November 2016 at Galerie A.M180, Prague, Czech Republic

8 Hours of Night, 5 October - end of the Swedish winter, Konstfrämjandet Stockholm, 2016

Or At Least all the Ones She Let the World See (Peeling), 17 September - 29 Oktober, Lethaby Gallery, London, 2016, curated by Vilma Luostarinen, London, 2016

Yes, Please?, Tillbaka till Framtiden, curated by Dennis Dahlqvist, Österlens Museum, Sweden, 2016

New Arrivals for New Beginnings, Dům módy, group show curated by Vaclav Janoscik, Galerie Hraničář, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic
, 2016

AIR at Circolo Scandinavio, Rome, September & Nov-Dec 2015

AIR at Space/The White Building, London, November - February 2015
sponsored by IASPIS
Thank You Vaclav Janoscik for inviting me to talk to the students at Umprum Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design, Prague, Czech Republic, November 2016.
Photo by Vaclav Janoscik
I work with sculpture, installation and text where material connected to memory and activities plays a big part. Material, artifacts and stories that I find and encounter transforms into stories and work (words and objects) that forms an interconnecting composition. Failure (honesty), time (expectations), and space (movement) is used as tools in my method and connecting parameters in my work.