It was fascinating to observe the recycling of abandoned objects in workshops and storages in Yaounde and Douala, seeing machines at work that have long outlived their purpose in Europa. (MW)

 

These photographic works were produced for my solo exhibition at Gallery 175 in Seoul (KR) titled three days generator basement productions during my first visit in Cameroon/Africa.

 

 

the-basement

THE BASEMENT, 2011, fine art print, 115 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP

 

 

more-or-less-promising-notions

MORE OR LESS PROMISING NOTIONS, 2011, fine art print, 100 x 100 cm, Ed.5 + 1 AP

 

 

a-sunday-afternoon

A SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 2011, fine art print, 115 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP

 

 

storage

STORAGE, 2011, fine art print, 114 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP

 

 

prince&yuki

PRINCE & YUKI, 2011, fine art print, 115 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP

 

visit-with-victor

VIISIT WITH VICTOR, 2011, fine art print, 115 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP

 

wibmer_goddess copy

GODDESS, 2011, fine art print, 130 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP

 

no-questions-asked

NO QUESTIONS ASKED, 2011, fine art print, 140 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP

 

unresolved-situation

UNRESOLVED SITUATION,  2012, Fine Art print, 100 x 100 cm, Ed. 5 + 1 AP

 

 

 

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Margret Wibmer: from the archives

 

 

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