Programme

19.08.2016 - 23.10.2016
  • Exhibition

Interactive Playground

WRO Art Center

Paweł Janicki

Zbigniew Kupisz

Patrycja Mastej

Dominika Sobolewska

Kunsthal Aarhus and WRO Art Center (Poland) present Interactive Playground – an exhibition for the youngest audience and families combining art, play and

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25.08.2016 - 26.01.2017
  • Event

Film, Sound & Music: The Extra-Ordinary // We Are Watching You!

Peter Ole Pedersen

Marie Koldkjær Højlund

Kunsthal Aarhus is launching a new event series in film, sound and music. THE EXTRA-ORDINARY // We're Are Watching You is curated by Postdoc Peter Ole Pedersen & PhD student and musician Marie Koldkjær Højlund, both employed at Aarhus University...

25.08.2016 - 17:00-19:00
  • Event

World premiere - Flying Tiger Copenhagen introduces a new artist collaboration in Kunsthal Aarhus

David Shrigley

 

The internationally recognized artist David Shirgley and Flying Tiger Copenhagen (formerly known as Tiger) presents a new collaboration in Kunsthal Aarhus.

To the broad public David Shrigley is known for his sculptures, paintings and...

25.08.2016 - 20:00-23:30
  • Event

Film & Music Night: Echoes of Silence & Disorder

Xenia Xamanek Lopez

Yung

Echoes of Silence. Director: Emmanuel Goldman (USA, 1967, 60 min.)

Disorder. Director: Huang Weikai (Kina, 2009, 58 min.)

- with live-soundtrack by Xenia Xamanek Lopez (DK) and Yung (DK)

The series is kicked off with a party...

31.08.2016 - 02.10.2016
  • Exhibition

La Constance du Jardinier – an outdoor salon-style hanging of Fredrik Værslev’s paintings in Kunsthal Aarhus’ garden

Fredrik Værslev

The Norwegian artist Fredrik Værslev has produced, stored and kept works outdoors several times before, and has experimented with many alternative ways of displaying works. He embraces the idea that his...

31.08.2016 - 06.11.2016
  • Exhibition

Spectacles without Objects

Louise Hervé

Chloé Maillet

Kunsthal Aarhus presents an exhibition by the artists Louise Hervé and Chloé Maillet.

Spectacles without Objects explores—through text, images and sound recordings—specific occurrences of utopian performances in the past, way before the XXth...