Programme

25.04.2015 - 21.04.2017
  • Event

Shaped Canvas Track

Jeroen Bouweriks

Linda Beumer

It's here:  Kunsthal Aarhus got it's own running track. Come, see and run.

Shaped Canvas Track is designed by the Dutch artist/designer duo Jeroen...

02.05.2015 - 01.10.2015
  • Open Call

Open Call: Spring 2016

Focus: COLLECTIVE MAKING – Artists Associations

Kunsthal Aarhus invites proposals for Exhibitions that respond to the theme of its two-year artistic programme, for Spring 2016. The Call is...

25.06.2015 - 01.11.2015
  • Open Call

Open Call: Exhibition proposals 2016

FOCUS: COLLECTIVE MAKING – Africa and Middle East

Kunsthal Aarhus in collaboration with the Centre for Culture and Development (CKU), Denmark, invites curatorial...

26.06.2015 - 20.09.2015
  • Exhibition

DUMP! Multispecies Making and Unmaking

AURA (DK)

Amy Balkin, et al. (US)

Lothar Baumgarten (DE)

Mabe Bethônico (BR)

Bob Braine, Mark Dion & Alexis Rockman (US)

Patty Chang (US)

Delft University of Technology (NL)

Peter Fend (US)

Fernando García-Dory (ES)

Jacqueline Goss (US)

Tue Greenfort (DK)

Henning Knudsen & Anna Tsing (DK/US)

Dana Sherwood (US)

Åsa Sonjasdotter (DK)

SPURSE (US)

Kidlat Tahimik (PH)

Cecilia Vicuña (CL)

Paweł Wojtasik (US)

The Yes Men (US)

Elaine Gan (US)

Steven Lam (US)

Sarah Lookofsky (US)

COLLECTIVE MAKING series at Kunsthal Aarhus presents a new exhibition curated by Elaine Gan, Steven Lam and Sarah Lookofsky.

DUMP! gathers together artists...

27.06.2015 - 31.12.2016
  • Exhibition

COLLECTIVE MAKING 2015-2016

Established in 1917, Kunsthal Aarhus is a contemporary art institution located in the city of Aarhus, Denmark. Kunsthal Aarhus provides a collaborative and transdisciplinary platform for artistic experimentation and critical engagement. Since 2012,...

29.07.2015
  • Event

Film Screening: The Idiots

In this filmic experiment notorious Danish director Lars von Trier casts an odd group of actors, cultural personalities and amateurs to play the participants in a social experiment. The idea is to behave in public as if they were developmentally...