Image: Monika Wulfers: Five Equal Sides, Not A Pentagon, 2015, Glass tubes, neon, transformer, wiring, monofilament, Size variable.
German-born, Chicago-based artist Monika Wulfers explores the concept of line in minimalist light sculptures and paintings, as well as computer generated images and constructs. Various representations of lines and shapes created by lines are seen in her work which draws upon spatial and temporal constructs. Recent work incorporates principles of movement and energy and consists of photos, computer generated digital images, drawings and paintings. She uses two and three dimensions to examine the line and our perception of it.
Monika Wulfers was born in Berlin, Germany. She received her M.F.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her B.A. from North Central College, Naperville, Illinois. Wulfers has exhibited her art in such museums as the Museum of West Bohemia, Czech Republic; Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, Illinois; Kunst Mit Eigensinn, Museum Moderner Kunst, Museum des 20.Jahrhunderts, Vienna, Austria; The Art Institute of Chicago; Goethe Institute Chicago; University of California, Riverside, California; Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany; DePaul University, Chicago; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; The Kemper Collection, Chicago, Illinois.
|Duration||10 January 2015 - 28 February 2015|
|Venue||Bruno David Projects|
|Address||1245 South Vandeventer AVENUE St. Louis 63108, ,|
|Contact||314-449-6438 / / www.brunodavidprojects.com|