This summer chef Victoria Eliasdóttir and her brother Olafur Eliasson open SOE KITCHEN 101 as a temporary culinary space in Reykjavik

A year in the life of a tree. Every third week the artist Rune Bosse cut a branch of a beech tree, planed it until it was 2-3 mm., then put it in a press to retain the colour of the branch at the precise time of year.…

#fakenature 3D-scanning driftwood #studio #anthropocene…

Cosmic dialogue - outer space (meteorite) meets inner earth (lava) in a pair of human hands
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Artist Emeka Ogboh visited the studio recently and cooked Nigerian dishes with our kitchen team. See full video on where Emeka talks about migration, food, sound and memory, or follow the daily life of the studio kitchen here:

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - visiting people who use their Little Sun on a daily basis instead of expensive and unhealthy kerosene. Get your own hand held solar power station here:

Sound bath in Reality projector with Jónsi, Alex Somers, and Paul Corley. The Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles, 2018

Per Kirkeby (1938-2018) Plank - Stone, 2000. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
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Thomas Demand, Clearing, 2004. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
This forest scenery never existed except for in Demand’s studio, where more than a hundred thousand leaves where hung with strings, and everything carefully staged. The photo hangs in one of the beautiful glass corridors that run through the gardens of the museum, where the boundaries between inside and outside blur. These glass framed views of cultured nature from the outside gardens are then reflected back onto the photo’s surface according to your changing position and light conditions. Standing in front of the photo, trying to enter the scenery with your gaze, you are then suddenly transported back outside in the gardens, like being suspended between two realms of constructed nature. #fakenature #anthropocene

A great artist has passed away. RIP #PerKirkeby (1938-2018)

Riverbed - inside a museum (is there an outside?) As seen (and felt) from a pair of feet. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark, 2014

Four handgardens, 2008

The broken stone series, 1997

Geologist Minik Rosing, whom the studio has collaborated with on a number of projects, including Ice Watch, presents a very old stone at Life Is Space, 2014

Does our notion of nature make sense in the age of the anthropocene? We are continuing our investigation - today through the artistic lens of Alicja Kwade.
#fakenature #anthropocene…

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Decolonizing the Art Museum: "If museums want to continue to have a place, they must stop seeing activists as antagonists. They must position themselves as learning communities, not impenetrable centers of self-validating authority." Olga Viso @nytimes

Your multiple shadow house - part of the exhibition Welcome Home - in Danish Architecture Center in the newly opened BLOX in Copenhagen

There is no outside #anthropocene #fakenature…

“What does the alteration of our environment have to do with the limits of our imagination? And where is the link between scientific instrumentation and the question of “emotional orientation?” - Brian Holmes, Driving the Golden Spike. Image: Model of The weather project, Studio Olafur Eliasson, 2002