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Sinta Werner


Sinta Werner’s art plays with the relationship between two- and three-dimensionality, reality and image, physical presence and projection, and the intermeshing of virtual and real space. In her photo collages, installations, and sculptures, she uses the duplication of physical reality through illusory spaces or mirrors to create an irritation and delusion of the eye. In her work she deals with the geometrical rationalism of the architecture of functionalist modernity. Her works have been shown in galleries and institutions both nationally and internationally, including Klocker Museum, Innsbruck, Austria (2023), Match Gallery, Ljubljana (2019), Schloss Biesdorf, Berlin (2020), MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art, Krakau (2019), Berlinische Galerie (2018), Meetfactory, Prague and Nassauischer Kunstverein (2014).

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