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MUSASHI brave adventures at Styleconception in Innsbruck, Austria – during Premierentage Innsbruck 6/11 – 8/11 2014. 

 

Lecture performance by Margret Wibmer On Thursday 6/11

 

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photograph: Martina Matuella

 

7/11 and 8/11: Open workshop led by visual artist Margret Wibmer in which she explores collaborative practice and new forms of engaging with the public. 

 

In the exhibition space, large photo prints are hanging on the walls showing bodyparts and technical objects, arranged in serial order. These parts originate from Wibmer’s photographic artworks in which she investigates relations between body and object, body and environment.

 

An example is her series titled reconstruction from 2011, ‘in which clothing serves as a connecting link as a ‘Schnittstelle’, in other words an interface of the place where the cut is made, as an exchange between the human beings and their environment’. ( Ludwig Seyfarth, relax your hips in Ambiguity – bodies, objects and spaces. p 21; publ. Kerber Verlag)

 

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Participants are invited to cut out these parts and make their own compositions, exploring methods of constructing and deconstructing through making and performing.

 

Working individually & in groups, sharing ideas and getting immediate feedback from visitors or co-participants, they are exploring their own creativity in a friendly, stimulating atmosphere.

 

This process of co-creation and using material from original artworks raises questions about art as an autonomous commodity and ownership. These were discussed during an informal evening with invited artists while the workshop results were still on show, organised by Charly Walter from Styleconception. 

 

In 2015 and onward, this project will be offered to art schools, community centers and museums. The results of the workshops become part of a collection and will be featured in project related exhibitions.  

 

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photographs of students: Charly Walter, Styleconception

 

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picking up the pieces……

 

 

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…….which resulted in a beautiful 3-d collage

 

 

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The images above show some of the workshop results from various participants who dropped by and joined us. 

 

Photographs: Margret Wibmer unless mentioned otherwise.

 

 

 Images below: some of the raw material prepared for workshop

 

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Musashi – brave adventure ist für ein diverses Publikum als öffentlich zugänglicher Workshop konzipiert . Fragmente aus Wibmer’s fotografischen Arbeiten werden auf grosse Papierbögen gedruckt und diese von den TeilnehmerInnen ausgeschnitten und in Kombination mit anderen Materialien neu zusammengesetzt. Das assoziative Arbeiten mit dem Material wird als Medium verwendet um Wahrnehmungsprozesse und Gespräche über Raum, Bild, Schnittstellen, Autonomie, künstlerische Praxis und anderes zu stimulieren. 

 

Seit Ende der 90er Jahre hat Margret Wibmer eine Reihe von Projekten realisiert in denen der Galerie- oder Museumsbesucher Teil der  künstlerischen  Arbeit wird. Die VR Oper OFF THE WALL, eine Zusammenarbeit mit dem Tiroler Komponisten Günther Zechberger, war das erste grosse Projekt dieser Art und ging im Jahre 2000 im Museum De Beyerd In Breda/Nieder- landen in Premiere. Eine weitere grosse interaktive Arbeit ist THE HOLDING, diese war 2006 im Kunstpavillon in Innsbruck zu sehen. In Amsterdam, wo die Künstlerin seit vielen Jahren lebt, realisierte sie in der letzten Zeit eine Reihe von Interventionen im öffentlichen Raum.  

 

In Wibmer`s Arbeiten wird der Körper und die Kleidung als Medium beziehungsweise Schnittstelle eingesetzt um die Verhältnisse zwischen Körper, Raum und kulturellen Systemen zu untersuchen. Der Zuschnitt der Kleidung, das Schneidern, und das Collagieren treten in Wibmer’s Werk als ‘analoge’ Verfahren nebeneinander auf. Diese Herangehensweise wird Wibmer auch während dieses Workshops einsetzen um in gemeinsamer Arbeit Neues entstehen zu lassen. Die Resultate des Workshops werden bis 14. November im styleconception.openspace zu sehen sein. 

 

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photogrpahs 1 – 4 Günter Richard Weett: after the lecture performance and before the workshop

 

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Charly Walter, owner Styleconception with Margret Wibmer

 

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During the curators tour with Dr. Lucas Gehrmann, curator at Kunsthalle Vienna.

 

 

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artist talk (Expertenführung) with Lucas Gehrmann

 

 

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Margret Wibmer in conversation with Charly Walter, Styleconception

 

 

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 Margret Wibmer with artist Peter Warum

 

 

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Margret Wibmer explaining the setting to Rudolf Scholten , former Austrian minister Art and Education, who held a talk on politics and art at AUT during Premierentage. 

 

 

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Afterparty at Styleconception with artist Paul Albert Leitner and gallerist Clemens Rhomberg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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photogrpahs 1 – 4 Günter Richard Weett: after the lecture performance and before the workshop

 

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photograph Günter Richard Wett: Charly Walter, owner Styleconception with Margret Wibmer

 

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DDuring the curators tour with Dr. Lucas Gehrmann, curator at Kunsthalle Vienna.

 

 

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artist talk (Expertenführung) with Lucas Gehrmann

 

 

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Margret Wibmer in conversation with Charly Walter, Styleconception

 

 

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 Margret Wibmer with artist Peter Warum

 

 

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Margret Wibmer explaining the setting to Rudolf Scholten , former Austrian minister Art and Education, who held a talk on politics and art at AUT during Premierentage. 

 

 

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Afterparty at Styleconception with artist Paul Albert Leitner and gallerist Clemens Rhomberg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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