"Evans is present at Kunsthal Aarhus with the videoinstallation What the Heart Wants, which made great attention at the Berlin Biennale 2016, and let it be said right away: Thank you for that. It's a hit to get it to Aarhus. They rock at Kunsthal Aarhus!" -Ole Bak Jakobsen, kunsten.nu 04/02/2017 (Translated from Danish)
"'IWILLMEDIEVALFUTUREYOU5' is the best curated group exhibition I've seen in 2016. It is more future-crazed, precise and not to say the least more fun than the hyped Berlin Biennal, yes, almost containing a whole Biennal’s potential within itself: Theoretically, philosoficallly and aesthetically we are working with some broad perspectives, and the exhibition in Aarhus has more energy and curiosity than all of the Copenhagen Kunsthalls can conjure on any day in December. (...) I'm going to be seing the new 'Star Wars' film this Christmas, but if you are anywhere close to Aarhus, you should do yourself the favor of going by Kunsthal Aarhus. This is where the real star wars is being played out.
- Mathias Kryger, Politiken 17/12/2016 (Translated from Danish)
""Watched!" er en på alle måder højaktuel udstilling i Kunsthal Aarhus.
Den voluminøse bog, der ledsager udstillingen, er netop blevet kåret blandt årets 35 bedste fotobøger i Amerikanske Time Magazine."
- Thomas Nygaard, Århus Stiftstidende 25/11/2016
"iwillmedievalfutureyou5 på Kunsthal Aarhus er en kryptisk udstilling, men dybt fascinerende blanding af fortid, nutid og fremtidsvisioner."
"iwillwedievalfutureyou5 er ikke en let tilgængelig udstilling. Og grundet mængden af videoværker heller ikke en udstilling man får ret meget ud af skimme igennem på en halv time. Men tager man sig tiden og fordyber sig i de enkelte værker, åbenbarer der sig en kompleks og fascinerende verden, der er hele besværet værd."
- Christian Salling, Århus Stiftstidende 20/11/2016
"Thank you for updating me on your exhiting projects. This [The Pirate Cinema] I would love to see." Jørgen Leth, 2/2 2015
“Systemics #4 undermines any neat historicizing of such fragmentary moments by using the archive as an apparatus to both engage the original works and ponder the future of artistic practice itself... Like the rest of the exhibition, these works highlight the curators’ acute understanding that the new report published to accompany Systemics #4 inevitably presents only a partial account of an experimental project for future art historians seeking to reengage with the past."
- Kerry Greaves, Artforum, critics' picks, 11/12/2014
‘Connecting with the past in order to re-approach the future might seem an attractive alternative to the current landscape, deplete of any new social visions beyond global capitalism.’ Line Ellegaard considers the strategies at play in an exhibition that reinterprets Århus Rapport 1961–1969, an anthology of experimental artistic activities in 1960s Denmark.
- Line Ellegaard, Afterall, 19/12/2012
"Especially in the last one and a half years, the Kunsthal Aarhus has been steadily increasing attendance. At the opening of the exhibition of conceptual art series Systemics, the house is literally overrun with excited, inquisitive people."
- Fatma Aydemir, Tageszeitung, Berlin, 23/01/2014
"There are few places in Denmark that will, or can manage to get to grips with thousands of Chinese everyday objects, intricately system theory and poetic machines."
- Theis Vallø Madsen, kunsten.nu, 24/01/2014
"An impressive, uncompromising exhibitions series at Kunsthal Aarhus (...) shows the existential sides of the digital age (...) Nonetheless, it is clear, that the exhibitions series as a whole, brings out issues that have to be worked through, if you want to develop a political program today. The presentation of technological and historical experience is simply unusually stimulating." - Ellef Prestsæter, Klassekampen, Oslo, 26/03/2014