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The work of this Berlin artist has been described as a cross between John Chamberlain’s twisted auto-body sculptures and Naum Gabo’s plastic constructions from the 1920s and ’30s. But while she does use Plexiglas to realize her abstract objects, her approach is far more lyrical and light on its feet than the efforts of those two artists. Suspended from the ceilings with monofilament, or hung on the wall as reliefs, her work seems to capture the evanescence of soap bubbles or scraps of cellophane being blown in the wind.