Born in Upper Swabia, Germany in 1949, Willi Siber obtained his master’s degree in sculpture at State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart. Talented in the use of wooden materials, steel and epoxy, he explores the plasticity of these materials with his colorful resins and lustrous paint, seeking to break through visual impressions and stereotypes formed due to material aspects. His sculptures mostly take the form of in animate objects or abstract concepts, from which a unique interpretation of senses among lighting, space and the work itself is derived. Siber forms his objects of sense with his aesthetics of sensibility. Since the 1980s, he has been invited to exhibitions around the world, starting from Germany and then the Americas and Asia. His works are collected by Deutscher Bundestag, Deutsche Botschaft Buenos Aires, Deutsche Bank, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Städtisches Kunstmuseum Singen, and other private museums like Kunstwerk and Museum Ritter.