I’m extremely excited to share with you the new design of SOE.TV. Conceived with my studio team, this platform is a transmitter of concrete and abstract ideas, of topics that are relevant to my artistic practice and to issues central to the work of Studio Olafur Eliasson. SOE.TV is starting out locally, focusing on what I know well, but in the near future I hope that it will outgrow me, becoming a go-to platform that intertlaces culture and society. I’m positive that this clear, bold site, designed and developed by Alan Woo, will speak to art world and non–art audiences alike
Kødbyens Fiskebar from Copenhagen will be guests at SOE KITCHEN 101 this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Restauranteur Anders Selmer along with head chef Jamie Lee and chefs Victor Villatte and Søren Sørensen will be bringing some of Copenhagen’s vibrant culinary spirit to Marshall House, sharing their love for fresh fish and creating a special dinner menu for dinner guests on three evenings. Having been sommelier and restaurant manager at Noma for many years, Anders pioneered in Copenhagen’s meatpacking district by opening one of the first restaurants there in 2009. Dinner reservations are encouraged, but walk-ins are also welcome. To make a reservation email email@example.com
We're very excited to share our radically re-designed video platform: SOE.TV – created by designer and developer Alan Woo in collaboration with the studio. Reaching out to a global audience, SOE.TV offers glimpses into the experiment-based, research-driven work at the studio and the activities of SOE Kitchen, as well as documentation of Eliasson’s artworks, architectural projects, and exhibitions. SOE.TV also includes rich archival footage from workshops, events, and symposia hosted by the studio and IFREX, the Institut für Raumexperimente (Institute for Spatial Experiments). As the platform grows, it will expand to host films by a range of artists, thinkers, filmmakers, researchers, and more.
Poetry Jazz: Wax and Gold is an experimental get-together of acclaimed poets and musicians, joining in an exercise of styles and improvisation. They engage in investigations of geographical places that are based on a plethora of acoustic sources, ranging from traditional flute playing to the latest urban field recordings. Continual shifts in languages, reiteration, fragmentation, translations, and re-translations, as well as changes in metres and rhythms, create awareness of the subtle divergences of meaning that can be attributed to social and cultural influences, while exploring the gains and losses of such unspoken and outspoken interactions – find out more here: Institut for Spatial Experiments
On the occasion of the Global Climate Action Summit taking place in San Francisco from Wednesday - Little Sun friends and partners Rebecca Foon and Jessie Paris Smith are hosting another Pathway To Paris concert, and Olafur and Little Sun will be there alongside a great line up of musicians and activists