Kristin Wenzel (1983) is a visual artist, who lives and works in Düsseldorf (GER) and Bucharest (RO). Her work is mainly focused on sculpture and installation. In her latest series of projects related to the public space, she raises questions about the role architecture plays in influencing social change, as well as addressing architecture’s various instances and the ways in which these instances can shape our perception about space, scale, atmosphere, color and matter. She studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and graduated in 2013 as a Meisterschüler of Prof. Katharina Fritsch. She produced a series of solo exhibitions: in 2017 „nothing”, Sightfenster, Cologne. „Model for a Pavilion #2”, intervention in public space, Bucharest. In 2016 „Oh Paradís”, Kunstraum Praline, Leipzig and „Palma”, Kunstraum Unten, Bochum, in 2015 „The Gift”, Freiraum Kunstlager, Lörrach and 2013 „Die Nacht”, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Her works have been present in numerous collective exhibitions from which the most noteworthy are: in 2017 „Vom Feeling her ein gutes Gefühl”, FB69 Gallery, Münster, 2016 „Beyond the Lines”, ARCUB, Bucharest and „AIR”, Krinzinger Projekte, Wien, in 2015 „Invent and Stay”, Baumwollspinnerei, Leipzig, 2014 „Stipendium Vordemberge-Gildewart”, KIT, Kunst im Tunnel, Düsseldorf, 2013 „67. Internationale Bergische Kunstausstellung”, Kunstmuseum Solingen.



31cm x 13cm x 12cm
cardboard, paper, acrylic glass