Cate Wind

www.catewind.com
born in Durban, South Africa
Lives and works in Berlin

Cate Wind creates sculptures and installations that reveal correlations between modern knowledge and ancient systems of belief. Trained in the craftsmanship of glass, traditional painting, and visual communication, Wind assembles refined materials such as metal, glass, or resin with discarded found objects including gearwheels, vintage herbariums, or religious textiles.

Her work merges the energy contained within these materials and objects with her own personal experiences. Where her art may not fit into any one particular genre, Cate Wind boldly creates her own.

On a more visual aspect Energy is materialised through light and colour and reflection, which play a central role in her practice. These associations create a multi-layered, vivid image - as in life, there is not always one perspective. More precisely for her paintings she uses glass shards glide over oil paint - revealing several layers which can be seen as a unique way of track reading.

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Vita
born in Durban, South Africa
lives and works in Berlin

EDUCATION
2019 European Cultural Academy, Venice

2017 Berlin Art Institute

1987 Fachhochschule Aachen, Visual Communication

1983 Training glass and porcelain painter, Staatliche Glasfachschule Rheinbach

AWARDS AND PRIZES
2008 Vision Unternehmerinnenpreis of IHK

1993 Special prize of ADITEC GmbH Aachener Demonstrationslabors für integrierte Produktionstechnik
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Exhibitions
2021
»Planet B«, BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, Groupexhibition

»Fragil«, STRouX Berlin, Groupexhibition

»New Currents«, BBA Gallery Berlin, Groupexhibition

2020
»Planet B«, BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, Groupexhibition

»die neuen«, Forum Kunst & Architektur, Essen, Groupexhibition

2019
»Jubiläumsausstellung 70 Jahre«, Forum Kunst & Architektur, Essen, Groupexhibition

2017
»u.A.w.g.«, Berlin Art Institute, Groupexhibition

1993
»Mensch im Mittelpunkt moderner Produktionstechnik« , ADITEC GmbH Aachener Demonstrationslabors für integrierte Produktionstechnik, Groupexhibition

1992
»Erste Euregionale Sommer Akademie«, Ludwig Forum Aachen, Groupexhibition

1991
»Die anderen Zehn«, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Groupexhibition
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Publications
ALTIBA9 MAGAZIN FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
Artist Feature and six-page Interview about my work and Installations.

https://www.altiba9.com/shop/issue07-print-magazine
Sorry to the flowers
Laboratory glassware, head massage, crown glass. Installation, growing size. Flower meadow, delicate, light, fragile, domino effect, dry, happiness.⁠ Irretrievable, Entschuldigung.⁠
Cate Wind, Mixed Media, Glas
Egoism
Compass, many, metal, rust Installation, growing size Rotate around one's own axis.⁠ Infinity with place for hope⁠ Defense, aggression, defense, ego, weapon.⁠ Hope.⁠
Cate Wind, Metall, Installation
Samsara
Vases, many, silver Installation, growing size Reincarnation. Body as vessel, change of perspective. Endless depth, darkness. Past is concealed. All is one.
Cate Wind, Metall, Mixed Media
Ich frei mich nicht fühl
Lunch boxes, many, metallic installation, puzzle. Imprinting. boundaries. liberation. hunger.
Cate Wind, Metall
Tied down
Steel cable, found brass tool
Cate Wind, Metall
Carried
Steel cable, wood
Cate Wind, Holz, Metall
Be aware
Steel cables, mirror, found metal stand
Cate Wind, Metall, Mixed Media
Je länger das Haar, desto kürzer der Verstand
Mixed found objects, natural hair
Cate Wind, Metall, Holz
Coreguliert
Mixed found objects
Cate Wind, Metall, Glas
Attachments
Found wood, steel tube, clamps
Cate Wind, Metall, Holz
Zangengeburt
Found compasses and steel stand, cotton tread
Cate Wind, Metall, Stahl
Two of a kind
Found wood gears and compass, silk cocoon, steel, elastic band
Cate Wind, Holz, Metall
Untitled
Tin, mirror, wood
Cate Wind, Holz, Metall
Es ist das Leben passiert. Das Leben ist passiert.
Metallgewebe, Glasstäbe, Laborständer und Klammern, Licht und Sockel glass stringers, metal mesh, laboratory stand and clamps light and pedestal
Cate Wind, Mixed Media, Metall


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