Minimal and playful, Noa Giniger’s work is founded on the idea that nothing is stable, secure, or steady. As a consequence, a substantial part of her work relates to longing and the bittersweet of letting go. She investigates modes of navigation in this world, physical and emotional, inspired by systems of mapping and measurement, language and naming, natural laws and social codes. She explores the ways in which time and intimacy are linked, and addresses the difficulty of capturing intimacy with words. She uses different modes of collaboration and the ecosystem of the arts, creating occasions for collaborative practices and access. The outcomes of her projects include site-specific installations in both private and public space, sound, video, websites, objects, works on paper and writing. Additionally, Noa represents half of the spoken-word-poetry duo Noon & Ain with musician Anat Spiegel.

Noa Giniger graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris and attended the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. She was a participant in the two-year program De Ateliers, Amsterdam; a Royal Dutch Institute Affiliated Fellow at the American Academy, Rome; an artist in residence at Villa Empain – Fondation Boghossian, Brussels and at Artport Tel Aviv. Her work has been presented in various international solo and group exhibitions including ICA, Philadelphia; Western Front, Vancouver; Air de Paris, Paris; De Appel, Amsterdam; among others. Noa is also a board member at Tohu – an independent online art magazine dedicated to promoting clear and engaged writing about art and culture in Hebrew, Arabic, and English; and at puntWG – an artist-run experimental community and presentation space in Amsterdam. Noa Giniger lives and works in Amsterdam.