We use the power of art to expand our creative powers to connect with the planet on which we live. As artists and relative outsiders we can reflect on the problems the world is facing today in order to invoke progress and encourage change. Verdronken Land (Drowned Lands, 2019) was our first project on climate change: in June 2019 several artists and more than 25 speakers shared their knowledge about water in our pop-up museum and exchanged information for possible collaborations in the future.


Later, we initiated WaterWalks: an international project to raise awareness about the state of our rivers through art, citizen science, data visualization and science. WaterWalks is a growing database gathering both scientific water-quality measurement and subjective impressions of the rivers. Check out the latest news and upcoming walks on
LUDWIG is part of the UNESCO Global Network of Watermuseums.


WaterWalks #4: IJmeer

On June 4th and 5th, LUDWIG and StrandLAB Almere present WaterWalks IJmeer: a two-day explorational walk along the IJmeer. This entire weekend we share personal connection to the IJmeer with the WaterWalks app.

WaterWalks #3: IJmeer

On a wet and windy day Li An Phoa and Quirine Winkler explored the IJmeer as a pilot for WaterWalks IJmeer 2021, where LUDWIG, StrandLab…

WaterWalks #2: Song of the Ox

After the first edition of WaterWalks in October 2019 alongside the river Amstel with Li An Phoa, Quirine Winkler and Kate Moore the project continues…

WaterWalks #1: River Amstel

Drinkable Rivers and LUDWIG joined forces along the riverbanks of the Amstel. This was the first edition of Waterwalks – an exploration of the rivers…

Drowned Land Pop-up Museum

On May 25th and 26th 2019 LUDWIG initiated and curated a pop-up museum Drowned Land in the Compagnietheater Amsterdam dedicated to rising sea levels and…