Rutger Muller & Germaine Sijstermans
During the Museumnacht 2018 Intro’s artists are also represented!
Rutger Muller collaborates with Museum Sjoen Limburg. He takes inspiration from this chapel-turned-museum, to compose his new installation/composition ‘Paraskevidekatriaphobia’. Sound will embrace the rich acoustics of the space, and mosaic-based light reflections will glisten through the architecture, offering a new idea for meditation.
Museum Sjoen Limburg
Sjoen Limburg is located in the former chapel of the convent of the sisters Ursulines, which has been refurbished as assisted living place De Merici for people with mental disability. The chapel, a national monument, is a museum in itself and features dozens of models of buildings, that co-wrote the history of Limburg, such as striking timber-framed houses, farms and monuments. From the monastery come original holy statues and embroidered icons.
Germaine SIjstermans will be giving a surpise performance at the Jan van Eyck academy in cooperation with B32.