On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, the Ludwig Museum Koblenz would like to go “into the city, to the public” in order to break through traditional boundaries and to discuss a central topical issue of our society:
What does art (museum) mean for society & how can art (museum) be back in the middle of society & how can every citizen participate? Viewers should experience the unique opportunity to get an immersive and “up close” look at what art (MUSEUM) really means to all of us. It looked for and found an unusual and exciting format in the “artncooking” concept series.
The audience will be part of a theatrical staging of a live art talk between director Prof. Dr. Beate Reifenscheid and the artist Janus Hochgesand. His performances about art and cooking, which were otherwise filmed in the studio, are transferred to the stage here. The boundaries between theatrical production, art performance, cooking experience and filmic live interview are deliberately dissolved.
Eine Veranstaltung des Ludwig Museums Koblenz.
Janus Hochgesand, studio.hochgesand
Prof. Dr. Beate Reifenscheid, Direktorin Ludwig Museum Koblenz
Artist on Stage
Cook on Stage
Idea & Concept
Stefan Martin Scholz