Light on your feet.

Celebrating 10 years of art for sustainability.

Challenge Cup. Anne Sommer-Meyer, Weinheim, 2023. used cheese chip box, 40s lace doily, Heavily used children's shoes, Glue Light-footed.

Challenge Cup. Anne Sommer-Meyer, Weinheim, 2023. used cheese chip box, 40s lace doily, heavily used children’s shoes, glue

Exhibition with program Oct. 6-Nov. 24-23, Tues. and Fri. 5-8 p.m.

We show works with a small ecological footprint by 25 international artists with object, collage, performance, installation, painting, video and drawing:
Tom Albrecht, Thomas Behling, Kuesti Fraun, Christiane Gaebert, Yossi Galanti, Andrea Golla, Mariel Gottwick , Stephan Groß, ulli grötz, Beret Hamann, Claudia Michaela Kochsmeier, Maria Korporal, Frédérique Lanquetin, Christoph Medicus, Rachael Mellors / Pete Hudson, Annegret Müller, Inês Miguel Oliveira, Monika Ortmann, Oliver Otto Rednitz, Rosa Schmidt, Anne Sommer-Meyer, Anna Squadron, Gudrun Staiger / Rudi Beutinger, Christina Stark, Lioba von den Driesch

Group Global 3000 celebrates anniversary with 62nd exhibition: 10 years of sustainable art. We invited the 350 artists who have exhibited with us to date to apply for our juried group exhibition in our exhibition space with works that have the smallest possible ecological footprint. Many works are created because the available material stimulates ideas to create a work. Use what is there, save resources. This is how we become Light on your feet.

Our goal is to reduce the ecological footprint through our art. In this way, we would like to reduce the footprint of art and influence society in this sense. Our work is part of our ecological handprint, in which we act sustainably.


Vernissage Fri. Oct. 6, 7 p.m.

Greeting Tom Albrecht as founder and curator

“10 years of the art of sustainability” Dr. Peter Funken

Introduction to the exhibition Dr. Klaus Bock

Artist talk Fri. Oct. 20, 7 p.m.

Artists of the exhibition talk with guests about their works. Moderation Dr. Klaus Bock

Lecture with workshop for guests and artists Fri. Nov. 3, 7 p.m.

“What is sustainable art?”, Tom Albrecht

Closing Fri. Nov. 24, 7 p.m.

Performance “
Rosa Schmidt

Ecological footprint of the plants

GG3 sets requirements for the works for this exhibition. They should have the smallest possible ecological footprint (ÖF) with their material.

The EF is related to the work, not to the artists’ lifestyle. The EF cannot and does not have to be calculated. Part of the application is a credible justification as to why the works EF is small.

Z. E. The works are made of 100% recycled material, come from their own archive, fundus, from waste, from Berlin HDM, from Berlin Kunststoffe e.V., use used canvas, natural pigments.

No new resources are used. Possible are tools such as glue, nails. We exclude NEW electronics, photos, digital prints, Kapa, Aludibond. Existing can be used.

The title of the work could have a close relation to sustainability. See our preliminary work as a suggestion, not a requirement.

In our workshops we have gathered sustainable practice from visual artists.

Jury: Tom Albrecht, Stephan Groß, Maria Korporal, Curator: Tom Albrecht

63rd exhibition