In late autumn of 2018 I spent one day at an archaeology colloquium in Kiel, Germany to create drawings for the german archaeology magazine »Antike Welt«.
Titled »Hellenistic Architecture and Human Action - A Case of Reciprocal Influence« the talks and papers revolved around various aspects of the ancient »Agora«
with both practical and theoratical approaches. One talk took us for a imaginary stroll through three quintessential agorae, pondering at every statue.
Only a few of the drawings and sketches I produced throughout the day could fit on the final A4 page I hat at my disposal. They're accompagnied by lots of little quotes
(fragments of the various talks) to round of the impression of the day. The drawings that didn't make it are displayed down below.
TLDR: Comission for an archeaology magazine to draw at a colloquium in Kiel.
After all the talks had been held we went to the collection of antiquities for a guided tour. The tour wasn't really related to the talks but it was amazing to see
scientists from all over the world come together in the small collection of my hometown's museum.
Also I got to see (and draw) the museums basement where they keep
some of the plaster casts alongst statues that are under maintenance.