Communication (2011) 
Dialogue between two figures (Life-size)
Photo by: Rainer Bolliger
4 Figures (2012)
4 Figures (Life-size)
Photo by: Rainer Bolliger
4 Figures on steles (2009)
4 Figures on steles (Life-size)
Photo by: Rainer Bolliger
Masks (2012)
Group of figures with masks (height about 40 cm)
Photo by: Rainer Bolliger
Born 1948 in Luzern, Switzerland. Ceramics apprenticeship with Margrit Linck, Bern, Switzerland. Study visits to Spain and Israel. Involvement in social projects in Switzerland and Brasil. Since 1998 pure sculptural work. Participation in solo and group exhibitions at home and abroad, among others three times at the Triennial of sculpture BadRagartz (Switzerland). The artistic goal is characterized by an intense interest in people, through life experience in a variety of forms through the dedicated intervention in social relations. Her human figures lack any civilizational attributes and yet are sophisticated and charismatic personalities of contemporary witnesses. As three-dimensional snapshots, as monumentalised character studies, they point us in the everyday lovable arrogance on the weaknesses and humanity in the here and now. They communicate with each other and their environment. Christina Wendt lives and works in Wohlen near Bern.
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