After his training as a window dresser, Ludger Jansen studied communication design at the HTW Berlin, first became self-employed and worked for large and small cultural institutions such as the Berliner Festspiele or the Sophiensaele as well as for various artists.
After many years as head of the graphic and interactive media department at the Berlin-based exhibition design agency “studio klv”, Ludger Jansen now works for the office for museum and urban scenography chezweitz. Well-known clients in recent years have included the Klimahaus Bremerhaven, the German Optical Museum Jena, the Alfred Wegner Institute, the Museum of Technology Berlin, and the electronics company Phoenix Contact.
In his exhibition projects, graphics become the membrane between physical and virtual space, based on the content. The two-dimensional interface becomes an integral interspace.
In addition to his professional practice, Ludger Jansen is a founding member of the association KulturRaum Zwingli-Kirche, which transformed a long vacant church in Friedrichshain into a cultural venue. He designed, curated and organized various exhibitions, thematic series and music programs.