Visual Artist | Norway


Nina Torp is an installation artist living in Oslo and Berlin. Her interdisciplinary practice draws on the ideas and practices of archaeology, architecture and museology, and foregrounds issues of collective memory and the perception and presentation of cultural history.

She studied at the Royal College of Art, London, Kent Institute of Art & Design, Maidstone and the École des Beaux-Arts in Toulouse. From 2015 to 2018 she ran the interdisciplinary project SITUATIONS at Oslo's Museum of Cultural History, working with archaeologists, researchers and museum staff and visitors.


Her work is often site-specific and has included projects located at Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin, and Carl Berner underground station in Oslo, plus museums and archaeological excavation sites. She has published Artist books documenting these projects.


She has exhibited at the Museum of Cultural History, the Vigeland Museum, the Norwegian Sculptors Society, Gallery ROM, Tenthaus, and QB Gallery in Oslo, the North Norwegian Art Centre in the Lofoten archipelago, Rogaland Art Centre in Stavanger, and The Watch, Scotty and Galerie im Turm in Berlin. She currently holds a three year working grant from the Norwegian Government.