Sometimes things just don’t work out
BoonieM spray painted panels situated in front of two destroyed houses. The burnt down houses reminded of the great city fire in the year 1603. One of the houses was an iron foundry in 1856. The fire and the iron foundry was the inspiration for the painting.
Construction workers rearranged the panels after the first painting day. This action led BoonieM to rethink his design. After finishing the painting the panels were changed another four times. Some panels disappeared during the rearranging and are still missing to this day. Eventually three panels with part of the painting survived the incident.