‘Dispatchwork’ by Jan Vormann makes a playful comment on Berlin walls that eludes to deeper breaches of society. Using the colorful, methodical childhood building medium, the artist has cleverly highlighted the city's disrepair.
Many of the damaged stone walls are reminiscent of the trauma of World War Two, so a major aim of ‘Dispatchwork’ by Jan Vormann is to communicate a remembrance and restoration of past wounds. With a skillful assembly of LEGO pieces and some help from the public, this is becoming an iconic art installation.
‘Dispatchwork' by Jan Vormann is Restoration Artchitectur
1. Lego-based Restoration - Opportunity for utilizing LEGO as a medium for restoring and revitalizing structures.
2. Playful Commentary - Opportunity for using art installations to make social and political statements in a playful manner.
3. Crowd Engagement - Opportunity for involving the public in art projects and encouraging community participation.
1. Art Restoration - Opportunity for incorporating innovative approaches, such as LEGO, in the restoration and preservation of cultural heritage.
2. Creative Arts - Opportunity for artists to explore new materials and mediums, like LEGO, for their artistic expressions and installations.
3. Tourism - Opportunity for cities to attract visitors by promoting unique and interactive art installations, driving tourism revenues.