Margret Wibmer (*Lienz, Austria) is an internationally exhibited artist working in visual and performing arts. After spending formative years in New York City, she relocated to Amsterdam, where she is based since.

Throughout her practice she has incorporated found objects into contemporary dialogues that explore fundamental human emotions.

Here boundless curiosity to explore the undefined has made her an expert in connecting disparate worlds.

Having grown up in a household where textile was central, it has remained a key material in her artistic practice.

Her works have been exhibited and performed at Capital C Amsterdam i.c.w. Amsterdam Art, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, RMIT Design Hub Melbourne, Oude Kerk in Amsterdam, Nishida Kitaro Museum of Philosophy in Japan, Kunstpavillon Innsbruck, KAI 10 – Arthena Foundation in Düsseldorf, Centro per l’arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Prato (Italy), Lumen Travo Gallery and Bradwolff Projects in Amsterdam, Movement Exposed Gallery Space in Utrecht and many other venues. Her work has appeared in publications such as Sony Style Magazine, Vestoy and Metropolis M. Monographs have been published by Kerber Verlag and VfmK – Verlag für Moderne Kunst. Wibmer is adjunct lecturer at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) in Singapore since 2021 and joined the US based Institute for Cultural Activism International as a performer and board member in 2022.