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QR PORTAL: MIGRATION Focus On Climate & Political Refugees. In QR PORTAL: MIGRATION footage of Climate and Political Refugees walking to climate and political safety, crossing borders, seeking refuge by land, water, and so forth, will be interspersed with Cultural Activist/Performance Art projects concerning these crises. Footage of animals effected by climate change will also be featured.
During a Slow-Walk through Inwood Hill Park, Manhattan, ICAI Performers John D. Halper, Emily M. Harris, Margret WIbmer and guest-performers will display a film on their mobile devices. Participants will shoot the QR CODES randomly placed throughout the film. QR CODES in the film will lead participants through a maze of cultural activist/performance art and other socially and ecologically engaged projects active throughout world, today.
With the exhibition Neither here, nor there Margret Wibmer returns to our gallery where she will present a selection of sculptural, photographic and video works from 8 October until 12 November. Using ambiguity and the principle of chance as a methodology to deconstruct internalized processes, norms and values deeply embedded within our societies, she creates transient ‘realities’ that explore new strategies for connecting us with the world and with others.
At the beginning of the pandemic in 2020 when the art market shut down, Klocker Foundation generously and immediately allocated a special budget for acquisitions and acquired works by 28 artists for their collection. Proud to share that my sculpture ‘Lucy’ is now part of this important collection and will be on view during this special exhibition.
The exhibition “In March 2020 …” presents all positions acquired. By way of exception the Klocker Museum all its exhibition spaces to the presentation of works from the collection.