Thanks @katzmand! 2 years in the making, programmed by our talented @pichiste Here's an impression of the process; https://t.co/2qOU9BCzSa
Fascinating perspectives: follow the Extinction Marathon - Vision of the Future live on; http://t.co/7ciZRx788m @SerpentineUK
Now: Extinction Marathon at Serpentine Sackler Gallery, 18 - 19 October 2014
Soon: Extinction Marathon 18 - 19 October 2014, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London
Poster by Olafur Eliasson
Schools of movement sphere. @FriezeLondon @TanyaBonakdar Video:https://t.co/fwNfWBcjMF
Now: Schools of movement sphere, 2014, on view at Frieze London, 15-18 October 2014
Now: Model room, 2003, as part of Riverbed at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
On view until 4 January 2015
Trust, Confidence, Intuition: Contact Is Content - a film by SHIMURAbros. https://t.co/8IlG3rPR1F #watercolour #hapticreading
Now: Model for a timeless garden, 2011, part of Light Show at Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand
Until 8 February 2015
Now: Olafur Eliasson and Ai Weiwei's Moon, part of Manifest Intention: Drawing In All Its Forms, at Castello di Rivoli, Turin
Until 25 January 2015
Feature: Olafur Eliasson - Trust, Confidence, Intuition: Contact Is Content, 2014
A film by SHIMURAbros
Now: Sensing the Future - László Moholy-Nagy, the Media and the Arts. Group exhibition at Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin. On view until 12 January 2015
Feature: Expectations - on the horizon
Now: Riverbed at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
On view until 4 January 2015
You become part of the piece once you walk into it. It’s a natural way of pushing ones thoughts inward. James McBride on Riverbed.
Something is not right - but familiar. Sjón on Riverbed. @Sjonorama http://t.co/FVxU0PDL0s
Now: Olafur Eliasson, Graphic Works, Borchs Butik, Copenhagen
On view until 29 October 2014
Your compound view, 1998, installation view at Reykjavik Art Museum, 2014
Save the date: Festival of Future Nows 30.10 - 1.11.2014 at the Neue Nationalgalerie within Chipperfield's exhibition Sticks and Stones.
Feature: La situazione antispettiva, 50th Biennale di Venezia, 2003
Landscape - looking in, looking out
Having to re-organise what’s up and down and what’s far and near, you lose track of gravity and start to feel as if you’re floating #grotto
Nervous landscapes
Feature: The very large ice floor, 1998, XXIV Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil
Our relation to space, a curious line
Scale is you in relation
Latest issue of Disegno magazine, featuring Your uncertain archive
Two years of uncertainty: visualising the entanglements of artworks and ideas for the development of Your uncertain archive
Now: Spiegeltunnel, 2009, one of three works on view at Akademie der Künste, Berlin, as part of the group exhibition, Schwindel der Wirklichkeit
The view, a window on the horizon
Steen Koerner in Know-how kaleidoscopes, 2014, Kabelparken, Copenhagen
Walking Riverbed
Black hole sensitivity
Feature: Natasha Mendonca, Moon Sketches, 2013 - a film inspired by Olafur Eliasson and Ai Weiwei's, Moon
(the point) where thinking becomes seeing
Bound together by our need to navigate: we're all a bit lost, we're all on the way
Now: Turner colour experiments on view at Tate Britain
Now: No nights in summer, no days in winter, 1994, at the Gwangju Biennale
On view until 9 November
View from the studio: Turner colour experiments in progress
Active memory: from the burning archive
Preview of Contact is content, 2014, on view as part of Riverbed at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
Your uncertain archive!: drift, explore, connect – embrace uncertainty
Movement microscope, 2011, on view as part of Riverbed, at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
View from the studio
View of Know-how kaleidoscopes, 2014, Kabelparken, Copenhagen
Video: Bo Tengberg
Now: Know-how kaleidoscopes, 2014, Kabelparken, Copenhagen
Now: Gravity stairs, 2014, on view at Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea until 28 December
How does it feel to keep balance?
How does it feel to lose it?
Model room, 2003, now on view at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
Ping-pong on the façade of the Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall
Riverbed is now open at Louisiana, Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
Astrolafur: anti-gravity dance
Active memory: from the anti-gravity archive
Active memory: images from the archive
Inspiration: The Last Whole Earth Catalog
Olafur Eliasson and Ai Weiwei's Moon
Books we are reading at the moment
Grey Sheep: A-B-A-B-A: from here to hear
Your inner we, on the occasion of the European Parliament Election
Contribution to Hans Ulrich Obrist's 'Mapping It Out'
TYT [Take Your Time], Vol. 5: The Kitchen
Your exhibition guide - an app by Olafur Eliasson