DO DISTURB  –  Palais de Tokyo

8. – 10. April 2016


time out  was shown during Do Disturb #2 upon a proposition by Sandberg Institute. Do Disturb was curated by Vittoria Matarrese.


palais de tokyo 2016-04-12 at 11.41.01






a participatory performance by Margret Wibmer

April 2nd + 3rd 2016

NATLAB: Kastanjelaan 500, 5616 LZ Eindhoven. phone: 040 294 68 48

More documentation soon!


Screenshot 2016-04-05 16.27.24




video documentation ‘time out’


Screen Shot 2016-02-19 at 19.23.28



indivisible parts of a totality an essay by Marianna Maruyama

Time Out_poem  by Jing-JIng Lee




I wish wAR was OVER!

13. 12. 2015 – 23. 01.2016

Kunstraum Dreieich / Artspace Frankfurt

curated by Sandra Mann

Nicola Barth, Bea Emsbach, Katherine Grosse, Barbara Klemm, Sandra Mann, Yoko Ono, Orlan, Alicja Kwade, Valentina Stanojev, Rosemanrie Trockel, Eva Weingärtner, Margret Wibmer


Margret Wibmer, THE RIDE, 2012,  fine art print, 114 x 100 cm. Ed. 5 + 1 AP




photo documentation TIME OUT :

Museumnacht 2015 at Oude Kerk online!!



MARGRET WIBMER, TIME OUT, 2015, participatory performance at Oude Kerk, Amsterdam

photograph: Desiré van de Berg


Time Out is made possible through generous support of Stichting Vrienden van de Oude Kerk, N8Stichting Stokroos, Tijl Fonds, the Austrian Embassy The Hague and Villgrater Natur.



20. September – 18. Oktober 2015


Kulturforum Vis-à-Vis der Stadt Buchen Kellereistraße 23 74722 Buchen, Germany Groupshow with works by Eric Decastro, Ichiro Irie, Sandra Mann, Jonathan Meese, Manfred Peckl, Thomas Ruff, Marcus Sendlinger, Ulrike Thiele, Margret Wibmer, Thomas Zipp.

SNAFU II catalogue



Margret Wibmer, THE LESSON, 2012, c-print, 100 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP


Screenshot 2015-09-20 12.17.53

Exhibition view SNAFU 2



with Galerie Younique, Paris.




Margret Wibmer, APPARITION, 2012, lambdaprint on dibond, 100 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP




Nakamura Memorial Museum in Kanazawa, Japan, 2015

TIME OUT, Margret Wibmer and Fuyuko Kobori

curated by Akane Nakamori



Performance with Fuyuko Kobori and Margret Wibmer at NAKAMURA MEMORIAL MUSEUM in Kanazawa, Japan. Curated by Akane Nakamori.




All images, unless mentioned otherwise, © Margret Wibmer, Pictoright Amsterdam

background image:


installation overview, ‘transformed objects’ at KAI 10 | Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf.

Photography : Achim Kukulies
























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