Skullmapping was inspired by one of the old Flemish masters, Peter Paul Rubens.
Light art collective Skullmapping was founded in Belgium 2009. After working together for over a decade, Filip Sterckx and Antoon Verbeeck are presenting a selection of their artworks,large and small, in one exhibition.
Answers to the most frequently asked questions.
The tickets are valid for all parts of the exhibition except "The Styx". You can order the VR experience at the exhibition entrance.
Yes, the exhibition is barrier-free.
Yes, the exhibition can be experienced in German and English.
Gift certificates cannot be purchased for the exhibition.
Tickets can only be printed and cannot be sent by mail.
Pets are not allowed.. Assistance dogs are an exception.
It takes about 1-1 ½ hours to see everything. There is no limit to the length of stay.
Yes, the tickets are transferable.
There is no cloakroom, but lockers can be rented for a deposit.
From a degree of disability of 70, the admission for one accompanying person is free of charge.
The glasses can be rented on site, for €2 per person.
Parking is available at the Estrel Hotel. The first hour costs €2, every additional hour costs €1 more, and the maximum daily rate is €12.
Yes, photography and filming are allowed.