Lene Berg, born 1965, is a Norwegian artist and filmmaker based in Oslo and Berlin. Her main media is film and moving image, but her artistic praxis also includes installation, collage, photography, and text; and she has produced a number of projects in public space. In 2022 Lene Berg did the Festival Exhibition at Bergen Kunsthall, which is considered the most important solo presentation of a Norwegian artist in the country. In 2023 she published her first novel, Fra far/From father at Kolon. Berg’s autobiographical film False Belief, premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2019 and was nominated for the Amnesty and Teddy Awards.In 2012 Berg directed the award-winning movie Kopfkino and she represented Norway at the 55th Venice Biennale with the film Dirty Young Loose. She received the Lorck Schives Art Award in 2013 and the Elephant-award at the Nordic Artbiennial Momentum 2000.
Berg's work has been shown at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo; Henie Onstad Kunstsenter; Konsthall C, Stockholm; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Art in General, New York. She has participated in a number of group exhibitions and biennales such as Manifesta; the Biennale of Sydney; the Taipei Biennial; Contour Mechelen and Transmediale Berlin.
Lene Berg studied film at Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm.