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c̶o̶n̶s̶e̶n̶s̶u̶s̶̶

Katinka Bock, Dana DeGiulio,
Raha Raissnia

16 September–6 November 2016
Opening Friday 16 September 7-9pm

1.A
A multitude of voices, a plurality of bodies.
An assemblage of exchanged goods surpasses the literal economy of the marketplace in favor of a stuttering and… »

Spelling

Spelling

Minia Biabiany

29 April–19 June 2016
Opening Friday 29 April 7-9pm

A beginning. To open, to introduce.

An artist is invited to live and work in our city for three months. We call it a residency. It is an open invitation, extended in the… »

Something eerie

Something eerie

Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Graeme Arnfield, Ieva Epnere, David Kasprzak,
Daria Melnikova, Tadasu Takamine

26 February–17 April 2016
Opening Friday 26 February 7-9pm

I don’t know if you’ve noticed my absence, or maybe you have become used to it. It’s hard to calculate how… »

Water hollows stone

Water hollows stone

Pauline Oliveros, Ilias Papailiakis

20 November 2015–14 February 2016
Opening Friday 20 November 7-9pm

Listening is the foundation of social relations, of politics and of negotiations. It is the foundation for an articulation of opposition, the basis for protest and affirmation. A lack thereof… »

The Fort

The Fort

Allison Smith

18 September–8 November 2015
Opening Friday 18 September 7-9pm

A sconce /skans in Swedish/ is a centuries-old term for a type of fortification assembled as a base for defense operations primarily in Northern Europe. Mostly signifying a covering or protection, sconce is… »

A House of Several Stories

A House of Several Stories

Nevin Aladag, Jumana Emil Abboud,
Hamza Halloubi, Anna Nordquist Andersson, Christina Ouzounidis

21 November 2014–22 February 2015
Opening Friday 21 November 7-9pm

We now know this:

That what is claimed with certainty rarely is what is claimed with
certainty. That what is claimed
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Occult Geometry

Occult Geometry

Jennifer Tee

18 September–2 November 2014
Opening Thursday 18 September 7-10pm
at Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Intricate and almost impossible ceramics, hand-knitted crystalline floor pieces, swirling and balancing wooden bows reminiscent of bones, electromagnetic waves and other invisible currents. The work of Jennifer Tee, comprised of… »

the sound is gone but not forgotten

the sound is gone but not forgotten

Andreas Mangione

21 February–18 May 2014
Opening Friday 21 February 7-9pm

In some parts of Japan there is a tale about the Yamabiko (Echo), a spirit creature that dwells in the mountains. Very seldom seen but more often heard, it is the Yamabiko that… »

NARROW-COLD LOVEL

NARROW-COLD LOVEL

David Douard

22 November 2013–9 February 2014
Opening Friday 22 November 7-9pm

A preface

In the opening scene of George Romero’s Land of the Dead the camera sweeps over what seems to be a desolate landscape. Maybe a park, maybe a fun fair. However,… »

Reading "The World in Which We Live"

Reading “The World in Which We Live”

Dan Graham, Camille Henrot, and a herbarium by A-L. Löfberg

29 August–10 November 2013
Opening Thursday 29 August 7-9pm

Versatile, courageous, contrary, intuitive, unpredictable, impulsive, impatient, original. This could be the initial words of a horoscope, or the introduction to an exhibition that unfolds… »