‘Beauty’ archive, 1993–2016 - Now part of In real life, Tate Modern, London

Pursuing climate justice means tackling global warming at the same time as improving education, empathy, and democracy, as outlined by @UNDP in the Sustainable Development Goals. @AJK_Kuhlmann twitter.com/1166387444/sta…

Indeed a crucial question, and a challenging one! It’s hard to pick a favourite from the set menu, since we really like how the flavours from the different dishes highlight one another – but if we have to choose, we’d say the incredible homemade breads and spreads! @tamsin_hong twitter.com/596592950/stat…

We’re lucky that many studio members often bring their dogs to work! Today, we’re in the company of canine critters Mosi and Quarter. Stay tuned for a small series of films called 'The studio seen from a dog’s perspective'. @RachelC54960525 copy twitter.com/RachelC5496052…

No, sadly the Thames is very polluted, and we wouldn’t want that water getting on people or plants. Clean freshwater is circulated and recycled to keep the waterfall running, but there is a loss of about 3 cubic metres of water a day due to spray and evaporation. @Curious73810159 twitter.com/11464129039118…

Big Bang Fountain, 2014 - In real life, Tate Modern, London

Cirkelbroen, 2015, Copenhagen

Important article by Rachel Campbell-Johnson in today's @thetimes: “We need to adopt a more artful approach, to expand our creative models in a manner that will not just address, but ameliorate the problems we face. We can’t just preach. We must practise.”
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"Perception is not something that happen to us, or in us, it's something we do" - Alva Noe.
Studio alphabet @Tate
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In real life, from today @Tate Modern, London
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We are all lichens; so we can be scraped off the rocks by the Furies, who still erupt to avenge crimes against Earth. Alternatively, we can join in the metabolic transformations between and among rocks and critters for living and dying well —Donna Haraway
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How do you navigate in times of uncertainty?
Din blinde passager (your blind passenger), 2010, part of In real life, opens tomorrow at Tate Modern, London
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Moss wall, 1994 - part of In real life, Tate Modern, London
Photo: Anders Sune Berg

As part of In real life at Tate Modern, a section called The Expanded Studio will present – in the form of films, objects, and printed matter – much of the other work the studio does parallel to producing artworks: the social business Little Sun, the architecture of Studio Other Spaces, the SOE Kitchen, workshop collaborations, and our growing studio library

Within The Expanded Studio, we’ve put up a long and brimming pin-wall that features many of our studio projects alongside the work of other artists and thinkers – artworks, design, activism, newspaper articles, essays, book excerpts – all organised by alphabetical theme, from A-Z, filling a 24-metre-long pin-wall. With this ‘ideas map’, we want to share what is on our minds at the studio day-to-day, and to invite visitors to think along with us about the themes that excite us the most. In this way we hope to make visible the larger context within which Olafur, the studio team, and our collaborators work together. You can see a full list of contents here

How do you navigate in times of uncertainty?
Your blind passenger, part of In real life @Tate - opens tomorrow.
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