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Ina Hagen (b.1989, NO) is an artist based in Oslo, working across performance, text, pedagogy, and communal making practices. She holds a BFA in Fine Art from the National Academy of the Arts, Oslo, participated in the Maumaus Independent Study Program, Lisbon in 2021, and has been awarded several international research and studio residencies, incl. at IASPIS–Konstnärsnämnden, Stockholm (SE), Capacete, Rio de Janeiro (BR); Bar Project, Barcelona (ES); and Q21, Museumsquartier Wien (AU).


In constructing performative situations and platforms for social thinking, Hagen merges situated histories, collaborative and participatory acts in situations of collective, critical reflection. She has exhibited at the 10th Nordic Biennale, Momentum (NO); Bergen Kunsthall (NO); Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven (DE); Index—The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation (SE); Coast Contemporary (NO); and Kunsthall Charlottenborg (DK), among others, and co-founded the discursive platform and exhibition venue ‘Louise Dany’ in Oslo (2016-2020). Her work is in the collection of the National Museum of Norway as part of Collection of Allocated Objects, performed at Tidens Krav, Oslo NO.


Hagen woks intermittently as a critic for is a working board member of the young artist’s membership organisation, union, and contemporary art institution UKS/Young Artist’s Society (2017-), a board member of NOTAM — Norwegian centre for technology, art and music (2021-), Oslo Open; and a founding board member of Kunstnerboligforeningen/The Artist Housing Association (2020). 

Studio address:

Atelier Kunstnerforbundet

Kjeld Stubs gate 3

N–0160, Oslo


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