Live at the Museum is a series of films in which buskers and other artists perform without permission in front of major museums around the world.

The democracy of art and the use of public space are key components of this work. It is an indefinitely ongoing series and while each work stands on its own, they are interconnected through a shared distance to global cultural agendas and a quiet beauty emanating from the covert act of street performance. Live at the Museum is an investigation into the collective and institutional affirmation given to culture, while also functioning as a digital archive to cache the contribution of its participants.

Live at the Museum is conceived by artist Andre Hemer and produced by Martin Schulze.