Currently Lili Berger works in her studio in Scheveningen (The Hague) and lives in a small village not far from the city. She is a visual artist creating installations, sculptures and ceramics. She has exhibited through Europe in galleries and Art Fairs. She was coordinator of the Artist Run Gallery NW117 and is one of the initiators of the cultural incubator See Lab in the Hague. In See Lab she is involved in starting up the ‘Project Space’ and the ‘Artist in Residence Programme’
Born in 1963 in The Hague (Netherlands), Lili Berger grew up, went to school, worked and lived for many years in that same city. At the age of 16 she went to boarding-school for one year in Switzerland to learn French and other foreign languages. Once turned 18, Lili decided to move to Paris. After successfully passing her exams at the Sorbonne University she decided to move back to Holland and get a job there. Over the years, in order to discover arts and cultures overseas, Lili switched jobs several times. Travelling not only contributed to finding her place in life, it also nourished Lili´s urge to create.
"As a child I loved to create clothes and furniture for my dolls, as a teenager I preferred to dream away by the passing clouds in the sky. Form and freedom have always been very important and my passion for travelling has always contributed to applying new ideas."