With ambitions to celebrate the vast range of disciplines his work covered, his paintings were recreated into an immersive and interactive experience based in Berlin.
The one-hour show alternates between linear storytelling and interactive moments. Taking place in a single space allowed the content to constantly develop along with a clear storyline, moving from wall to ground, to the centrepiece of the room; a cube with projections onto three of its sides.
In designing the show in this way, the story could become interactive at certain intervals as it passed through and under where different visitors were watching. This enhanced the interactive experience further too; not only were some of the segments triggered by visitor’s movements themselves, but the story sections were also just as inclusive.