Nina Röder

1983 in Neuendettelsau, Germany
based in Berlin, Germany.

In her work, Nina Röder alienates modern individuals from their natural preconditions and social conditions, reflecting on the longing for family, home and security.

Röder confronts and immerses the viewer with captivating poetic and melancholic images of loss and powerlessness.

In her work, Nina Röder alienates modern individuals from their natural preconditions and social conditions, reflecting on the longing for family, home and security.

Röder confronts and immerses the viewer with captivating poetic and melancholic images of loss and powerlessness.

Against the backdrop of Icelandic nature, Nina Röder reveals herself not only as a sensitive observer of her environment, to whom reflected concepts and technical perfection in execution are important, but also as an expert in theatrical means that are incorporated into her art in the form of staged settings and performative strategies.

In the age of the Anthropocene, the Icelandic landscape reveals itself as a seismograph for climate change and global warming. Nina Röder confronts the longing for untouched places with associative arrangements of self-portraits, landscapes and still lifes.