Clemens Wilhelm will give a lecture at Gray’s School of Art Aberdeen.

Clemens Wilhelm (*1980 Berlin) is an artist & filmmaker based in Berlin whose practice ranges from film/video to photography, performance and public art.

Wilhelm’s work asks questions such as: Why are memories stored so efficiently in the form of stories and pictures? Why do images and stories hold groups together? Why and to what point does a stranger appear as strange? And why do tourists always take the same pictures?

Wilhelm will talk about his current projects: planting a Weeping Willow on the day of Brexit in Huntly, and walking the whole former border between East- and West-Germany.