Lene Berg Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Lene Berg is a 56-years-old Norwegian film director and video artist from the Norway. her estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read her life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

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According to the wiki and biography of Lene Berg was born on 26 April 1965 in Norway. let’s check out the Lene’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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In 2014, Lene Berg staged an event about the illegal surveillance of dissidents in Norway during the Cold War. Witnesses and actors testified about their personal experience of the political surveillance they had either been subject to or had executed. The event was conducted as a live television broadcast, an event Berg thought the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation ought to have organized, but never did.


In 2013 Kopfkino won the Best Documentary at the 8th Pornfilm Festval in Berlin and the Art Critic’s Award in Norway. It was also nominated for Best Documentary at the Amanda Award, Norway and Best Nordic Documentary at CPH:DOX, Denmark.

The film Dirty Young Loose shows three persons who are being interrogated, one after another, after they have acted together in a hotel room scene, one late evening. The tree characters enact three gendered stereotypes, encapsulated in the title; dirty man, young boy and loose (i.e. promiscuous) woman. It is unclear which characters have perpetrated what actions, and eventually also why they are being interrogated in the first place. The interrogators identities are never revealed or explained. The film poses questions around issues like authority, surveillance and truth. Based around and idea of so-called objective or neutral video recordings, the film scrutinizes the usage of images in media and judicial cases as proof of guilt, innocence, lies and truth. In 2013 Berg was part of the official Norwegian representation at the 55th International Art Exhibition, la Biennale di Venezia alongside Edvard Munch.


Stalin by Picasso consists of a book and a film, as well as an outdoor banner, depicting the eponymous portrait, that she intended to hang on the facade of Folketeateret at Youngstorget in Oslo. The project received wide media attention when it turned out that the Norwegian Labour Party, represented by Martin Kolberg, had stopped the realization of the project. The banner was also part of Berg’s exhibition at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in 2008, but again met strong reactions and was taken down without Berg’s consent after only two days.


Educated as a film director Berg integrates not only film, but also text and collage and installations in her work. Towards the late 1990s her work began to be shown in contemporary art venues. Berg’s work is often characterized by a hybrid format, mixing genres, using different forms of media, narrative structures and artistic techniques, to investigate historical and political topics. A common theme in many of her projects is how a particular truth-notion is contingent, and how reality might be considered differently through the inclusion of additional stories, or a different perspective.


Lene Berg (born 1965 in Oslo) is a Norwegian film director and artist, who works in Oslo and Berlin. Her artistic praxis includes film, installation, collage and text-based work. She has produced a number of projects in public spaces and directed three independently produced feature-length films.

Lene Berg was born in Oslo 1965, to sociologist Mie Berg Simonsen and film director Arnljot Berg. Growing up in Oslo, Berg attended the Oslo Waldorf School and Forsøksgymnaset in Oslo. She graduated in 1992 with a degree in film directing from Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm (University College of Film, Radio, Television and Theatre in Stockholm). Her debut full-lengt feature En Kvinnas Huvud (1997) was produced by Hinden/Länna-Ateljéerna AB.


In the film The Man in the Background Berg investigates the fate and role of Michael Josselson, director of the Congress for Cultural Freedom, in the Cold War era. The video material consists of Josselson’s private super-8 footage from a vacation in 1958 and interviews with his widow Diana, nearly 50 years later. In 1966, the New York Times revealed that the Congress for Cultural Freedom had received funding from the CIA, and thus it was exposed that the Josselsons had lied to everyone in their surroundings for nearly two decades. The revelation changed the life of the Josselsons radically and painfully. Furthermore, the film poses questions about the other contributors to the magazine, their complicity and the scapegoating of the Josselsons.


In the project Encounter: Gentlemen & Arseholes Berg reproduced the first edition of the literary magazine Encounter (magazine) from 1953 with her own notes and images inserted in between the pages of the magazine. These additional materials were collected from books, newspapers, private albums and conversations, and were not available to the public at the time of the original publication. The inserts shed new light on the CIA’s engagement in the Cultural Cold War, as expressed through the original magazine. The story of individuals engaged in the magazine is further expanded on in the film The Man in the Background.


The project’s subsequent film, GOMP: Tales of Surveillance in Norway 1948-1989, uses documentary and fictional elements to frame a piece of Norwegian and Cold War history seen through the eyes of the individuals involved on both sides. GOMP and Dirty Young Loose, were both produced by Studio Fjordholm, the film production company of producer Helga Fjordholm.

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Real Name Lene Berg
Nickname Lene
Profession film director and video artist

Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace

Age (2021) 56 Years
Birthplace Oslo
Date Of Birth 26 April 1965
Sunsign Aquarius
Hometown Oslo
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Nationality Norwegian

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Lene Berg Net Worth

The Lene Berg Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.) $80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.) $4 million- $6 million USD

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