“Inherently musical and unified by the simple materials used to create them, these suspended sculptures work together to perform as a single composition – playfully communicating as a whole, but also exploring movement as a group of over 30 individual sculptures.” — Christina Watka
Christina Watka (b. 1986) is a site-specific, large-scale installation artist. Informed by large systems in nature, such as the movement of herds and flocks, Christina uses natural materials and ceramic to translate these systems into inviting and contemplative artwork. In her most recent series, 'The Lightness of Joy', Watka creates hanging brass and mica sculptures which hypnotically reflect light in a kinetic and meditative display. Christina received her BFA in Studio Art in 2008 from The New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University.
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