ANNI HAGBERG


I acknowledge the peoples of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which I live and work. I pay my respects to their Elders, past and present – and recognise their ongoing resilience, creativity and care for Country.

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About


Anni Hagberg (b.1995, Cairns) is a Finnish visual artist based in Naarm/Melbourne. 

Hagberg has a particular interest in investigating unpredictable process-driven material encounters through sculpture and installation. Primarily working with non-traditional materials within ceramic and craft processes, Hagberg has regularly exhibited her work since 2019.

Recent projects include ‘In a restless world like this’ (2024), a group exhibition curated by Chantelle Mitchell and Jaxon Waterhouse at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre; ‘Thistle Chair’ (2024), a collaborative work with Michael Gittings debuted as a part of Melbourne Design Week 2024; and ‘Water under a bridge’ (2023), a solo exhibition at CAVES in Melbourne. 

Other notable projects include solo exhibitions at Manningham Art Gallery (2022) and Neon Parc (City) (2020) as well as a curated group exhibition at Craft Victoria (2020). In 2021, Hagberg was selected as a finalist in the Wyndham Art Prize, and in 2020-21 she was one of Creative Partnerships Australia’s MATCH LAB Funding participants.

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