“Life in the studio is reality in higher definition” - Nice feature about our book Open House @Arterritory https://t.co/m2iW6MgLU5

Studio Olafur Eliasson – Open House is the seventh volume in the studio’s TYT [Take Your Time] series. The book includes conversations with members of the studio team, texts by new and long-term friends and affiliates of the studio – including neuroscientists, economists, social scientists, curators, playwrights, philosophers, psychologists, and climate scientists – and excerpts from texts and books that inspire the studio’s current research.
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X-ray scanning a negative book. Our cinematic researchers SHIMURAbros documenting Your House. Watch film here:… https://t.co/t5TgijrYYU

Compasses in process. Recalibrating the senses, solo-exhibition at Foundation De 11 Lijnen, Belgium. Opens August 11
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On 5 August 2017, 20:00 the series will continue with a concert night at Akademie der Künste, Berlin - get your ticket here. The collaboration 'A-B-A-B-A : from here to hear - evolved as a series of workshops and poetry events in Addis Ababa and Berlin starting in 2012. These series of events are part of the project Acting Archives initiated by the Institut für Raumexperimente (Institute for Spatial Experiments), Berlin University of the Arts, together with the Ale School of Fine Art and Design, Addis Ababa University. www.raumexperimente.net/en/
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#fog #test #studio

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Serpent poetry ~ Tim Morton, Dark Ecology.

"The sturdiest part of the neoliberal project is the war on imagination." @NaomiAKlein interviewed by @OwenJones84 https://t.co/M8NAv1FJxb

Job opportunity at the studio: Digital content producer - read more about it here

Job opportunity at the studio: Digital content producer. See more here: https://t.co/dvpnjSM6Ge

Movements Are Facts: A film by Natascha Mendonca
The 5 years of the Institut für Raumexperimente seen through its archive footage

Chasing the Light - a film by SHIMURAbros
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Excerpt from Hope in the Dark by Rebecca Solnit - in the new studio book, Open House

Raise the flag for a fluid global cartographic context! Dignity has no nationality by Tania Bruguera @creativetimehttps://t.co/q2qZIT4MI1

"My limbs are too short and skinny to embrace, to hug, to carry that." Boris Ondreička, excerpt from Open House:… https://t.co/gbW30rMZN2