Studio Hanna Bergman

My studio is a multidisciplinary practice specialised in visual communication within the cultural field – since 2014. Recent clients include Art Inside Out, the platform ARIEL – Feminisms in the Aesthetics, and Thorvaldsens Museum.  

In 2015 I also initiated The Reading School, a social platform to create workshops and talks, inviting participants and experts from different disciplines to observe reading and writing as an artistic practice. I’m occasionally invited to give talks and workshops for instance at Bibliothek Andreas Züst, HDK, KADK, Konstfack, Otis College of Art & Design, and Valand Art Academy.

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Collaborative research
Location: Liechtenstein (LI), Copenhagen (DK), Zurich (CH), Amsterdam (NL), and Berlin (DE)
Participants: Annett Höland (initiator), Hanna Bergman, Delphine Chapuis Schmitz, Silvio Lorusso, Anita Jóri, Hannes Oswald 
Year: 2020–2021


How did the digital world change our relationship with things and what does it mean for interpersonal contact, touch and closeness? How do digital devices and technology influence how we get (and stay) in touch? How do we create meaningful, personal encounters in digital space?

In The Shape of Things. A Philosophy of Design (first published in German in 1993 as Dinge und Undinge. Phänomenologische Skizzen, English translation in 1999) cultural theorist Vilém Flusser (1920–1991) realises that the things in his environment have more and more come to be replaced by non-things – he calls them “information” and describes them as “untouchable” and “only open to decoding”.

In this project people were invited to collaborate who, in their own practice, engage with the challenges of digital space and related technical and social developments. They question the current state of things, work against it, develop things further or combine existing things in new ways. In their practice they address various areas and themes such as creating, processing and communicating content, collaboration as a well as craft in the digital age.

Part I. In progress...