Christine Düwel (* 1962) is a visual artist and curator based in Berlin, Germany. She got her M.A. of Fine Arts in sculpture and graphics at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna and received a M.A. in Philosophy and Art History at the Humboldt University, Berlin. Her work has been shown internationally in solo and group exhibitions. Her visual investigations focus on the question of how different semiotic systems relate to each other, are perceived and generate meaning.
Her work is represented in both private and public collections (i.a. Albertina, Vienna and Schering Stiftung, Berlin). She has received grants and is giving public talks on art. She has curated several exhibition projects (e.g. The Other Capital – Brandenburgischer Landtag 2018, F. – Jahrhundertwanderungen 2019, Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg).
2012 - 2018 she was member of the board of GEDOK Brandenburg, in 2018 she became member of the federal board of GEDOK Bundesverband. Since 2020 she is one of the three chairpersons on the board of IGBK. She is co-leader of project visual artists | diverse conditions.
Christine is one of the project leaders of visual artists | diverse conditions