Since 2009, Randi Grov Berger (b.1982 in Stord, Norway, lives and works in Bergen, Norway) has worked as a curator for the platform Entrée, a non-profit exhibition space in Bergen. In this venue she has worked with numerous national and international artists, developing solo and group exhibitions, or presenting projects in the public space in collaborations with other institutions and curators. In the fall of 2013 Grov Berger was involved in Performa 13 in New York, NY, USA, as a coordinator for the Norwegian Pavilion 'Without Walls'. As part of the event she presented ‘Flag New York City’, a public art project involving sixty international artists who all created flags to be shown on public flagpoles (the project later traveled to Kunsthall Stavanger, Norway). For Performa 13, she also curated 'Object To Be Destroyed', a performance at Abrons Art Center with the Bergen-based artist Pedro Gómez-Egaña, involving New York dancers.