Let’s dance space.
Movement microscope, 2011, on view as part of Riverbed, at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
View from the studio
Reading S. Maharaj on 'hard-nosed know-how' vs. 'the unpredictable see-feel-think processes of no-how'. #OnMethod. Fascinating.
View through Know-how kaleidoscope, 2014, Kabelparken, Copenhagen
Video: Bo Tengberg
Know-how kaleidoscope, 2014, Kabelparken, Copenhagen
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?
Your Riverbed. Share on Instagram with #LouisianaRiverbed. Great, growing compilation, also here: http://t.co/qNK28bgBjs
Model room, 2003, now on view at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
Ping-pong on the façade of the Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall
Entwicklungsfähigkeit, a capacity for elaboration - this is the genuine philosophical element in art and thinking, says Agamben. #OnMethod
Riverbed is now open at Louisiana, Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
'seeing yourself small and upside down' - a tag on our new site: http://t.co/C4NLw46jqr. And here: @iwanbaan's photo http://t.co/BTvKDZpSMd
Walking through #Riverbed. Video by @iwanbaan: http://t.co/yJq4kUJmW7
From #LouisianaMuseum RT @telescoper: I don't know what's more fascinating, the work itself or the way people behave inside it!
A river runs through it. #LouisianaMuseum
Astrolafur: anti-gravity dance
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