Programme

20.01.2016 - 19.03.2017
  • Exhibition

What the Heart Wants

Cécile B. Evans

Kunsthal Aarhus presents a solo exhibition of the Belgian-American artist Cécile B. Evans. What the Heart Wants is her first exhibition in Denmark. For the video installation, that premiered this year at the 9th Berlin Biennale, Evans is...

01.09.2016 - 01.10.2017
  • Exhibition

A Real Danish Family

Danmarks Radio

Statens Museum for Kunst

Kunsthal Aarhus

Gillian Wearing

Entering into a unique collaboration, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR), the National Gallery of Denmark (SMK), the City of Copenhagen and Kunsthal Aarhus have joined forces to realise a visionary project by acclaimed British artist Gillian...

27.09.2016 - 31.03.2017
  • Exhibition

Ulysses Jukebox

Olof Olsson

As the title reveals, Olof Olsson’s work, Ulysses Jukebox, consists of a jukebox and James Joyce’s novel Ulysses – the latter in a recorded version performed by ninety-eight Danish cultural figures. The recording documents a non-stop...

16.11.2016 - 31.12.2016
  • Exhibition

WATCHED! Surveillance, Art and Photography

Jason E. Bowman

James Bridle

Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin

Tina Enghoff

Alberto Frigo

Charlotte Haslund-Christensen

Mishka Henner

Hanne Nielsen & Birgit Johnsen

Marco Poloni

Meriç Algún Ringborg

Ann-Sofi Sidén

Hito Steyerl

The exhibition Watched! Surveillance, Art and Photography reflects on the complexities of contemporary surveillance, with a specific attention to photography.

Our entire existence is being photographed and visualized to an unprecedented...

16.11.2016 - 11.12.2016
  • Exhibition

The Conference

PISCINE

Cortisone is pounding. Tightened necktie, filled Mont Blanc. Keep the spine straight! Just remember, in this world everything is for sale. Knees are shaking but the paper is steady. The orthopedic is lurking beneath the floor. Sharpened scalpel...

16.11.2016 - 31.12.2016
  • Exhibition

iwillmedievalfutureyou5

Korakrit Arunanondchai (TH)

Jakob S. Boeskov (DK)

Cécile B. Evans (USA)

Kim Heecheon (KR)

Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet (FR)

Michel Houellebecq (FR)

Nadya Grishina (RU)

Abu Bakarr Mansaray (SL)

Nathaniel Mellors (UK)

Rolf Nowotny (DK)

Agnieszka Polska (PL)

Mika Rottenberg (AR)

Peter Wächtler (DE)

Grégorie Chamayou (F)

Mark von Schlegell (US)

Roman V. Yampolskiy (LV)

Aphex Twin (IE)

Nathalie Quintane (FR)

The cryptic title iwillmedievalfutureyou5 dissolves time by pointing back and ahead at the same time. ‘I will' is an action that points ahead, describing or predicting something that is about to happen – such as "I will kill you" or "I will...