Mainz, Germany, 1970
Angela Glajcar is a German sculptor who works with plastic and paper and creates works that play with the space between the material and the void. She perforates sets of paper sheets creating a strong sculptural presence that floats freely in space or rests on the plane. Glajcar studied sculpture at the Nuremberg Academy of Fine Arts, where she later taught. In recent years she has received numerous awards, including the ZONTA Art Prize, the Phoenix Art Prize and the Regionale 2010 Wilhelm-Hack-Museum.