Back in October (what feels like an eternity ago), shortly before Germany embarked on a long shut down, I spent a week at the Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst to put one of my larger works on one of the museums hallowed walls. The mural-comic is part of YOUR WAY, an homage-installation that celebrates the conceptual artist Stanley Brouwn and which aims to encourage visitors to participate in one of Brouwn’s works.
My humble contribution is of course only one small piece in a large collection of wonderful artworks that BON VOYAGE assembles and which in some way all deal with the concept of travel. Unfortunately Germany went into shutdown shortly before the exhibition was due to open back in November and the doors of the museums would remain closed for the next four months. Today (11 March) the wait is finally over, however, and visitors can now embark on a trip from exhibit to exhibit.
Visits can be booked VIA THIS LINK.
Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst
Jülicher Str. 97-109
For your entertainment, one week of drawing condensed into three minutes:
(Video by Ludwig Forum Aachen, photo by Carl Brunn.)