Susanne Roewer was born in Bad Schlema, Germany, and graduated with a master’s degree in sculpture at the Universität der Künste, Berlin. Via extensive research, her work critically references historical figures and events, folk art and fables, as well as current socio-political debates. Her sculptures are rooted in her explorations of elementary materials, such as metal, stone or glass, combining figurative and abstract elements. Roewer’s works display conceptual wit alongside an artistic sensibility for materiality. She was the co-founder of the G7 Berlin Network Gallery, together with fellow artists Gregor Hildebrand and Roger Wardin, before moving to Switzerland to collaborate with various collectors and sponsorship programs. Her works have been exhibited internationally, notably the Fort Wayne Museum of Art (Indiana, together with Georges Beasley), the Fondacion Abanico (Geneva), at Il Giardino di Daniel Spoerri (Italy), Momentum Hot Glass (Toledo/Ohio), Art Basel (Switzerland and Miami), Farhang Foundation at the Craft and Folk Museum (Los Angeles) and a solo exhibition at the Kunstverein Kreis Gütersloh. Roewer lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Parallel to the exhibition at Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art, Susanne Roewer will be presented by Galerie Kornfeld in Berlin. The opening is part of the international Gallery Weekend Berlin 2019.