Soon after lock-down in Germany ended, I painted another motive about the Corona-related life that we live now. While the shops and restaurants were opened again, this came with price of having some very fundamental liberties taken away – temporarily. But the important part was that these liberties, granted in the constitution (the German Grundgesetz), were suspended not by parliament but instead by another law which allows a temporary suspension. But what is temporary? The acceptance was great because it was out of “safety”, all of a sudden safety was more important than freedom.
So, once again I went to the streets and pasted “Liberty suspended” onto the walls. It got a lot of attention and I gave some interviews about it in Street Art United States, in the Up-Mag and the Kulturflüsterin.
Also, I painted an original on canvas, which is for sale here.