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.
Sinta Werner completed her studies in University of the Arts Berlin (Universität der KünsteBerlin), under Professor Henning Kürschner, she also attended Goldsmiths College in London. She was awarded the Kunst am Bau prize by CMYK, Munich. Her works have been shown in national and international institutions, including Schloss Biesdorf, Berlin, Germany (2020), Match Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2019), MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art, Krakow, Poland (2019), Marta Herford, Germany (2018) Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, Germany (2018), and Nassauischer Kunstverein (2014).”