Robert Indermaur (* 1947 in Chur, Switzerland) dedicates his work to life itself. "People interest me more. Where we come from, where we go, what we think."
The artist works without a model. He creates his figures. He draws his ideas from everyday life. He places people in space, lets them communicate with each other, invents stories and places. Human existence is questioned in a time-critical manner and individuality and the role of the individual in society are examined.
Robert Indermaur has created numerous sculptures and murals for public spaces - he is represented at exhibitions in Switzerland, Germany, France, England and the USA.
Extract from exhibitions / collections:
Forum Würth, Switzerland - Tryton Museum, Santa Clara, CA, USA - Art Collection, Hans & Marlis Suter - Lichtenstein Art Museum