Earth Speakr launches today!
Kids across the continent are invited to collectively create an artwork by speaking up for the future of our planet, via the Earth Speakr app.
Visit www.earthspeakr.art to learn more.

Earth Speakr launches today, inviting kids across the continent to collectively create an artwork by speaking up for the future of our planet! @EarthSpeakr #earthspeakr #listentothefuture @Auswaertigesamt @GoetheInstitut youtube.com/watch?v=ufuqKU…

’At a time when an important part of humankind has shut itself up in enclosed spaces and been obliged to relinquish movement, nature has crept forward to occupy the spaces we have ceded.’ – Eugenio Ampudia on the Barcelona opera house’s concert for plants youtu.be/rgvadprJFRc

On the occasion of ‘Sometimes the river is the bridge’ @MOT_art_museum, @SHIMURAbros filmed viewers experiencing the artworks in the space, as well as an interview with curator @YukoHasegawa. Music by mamoru. soe.tv/video/olafur-e…

‘Beyond human time’, 2020, installed @i8Gallery in Reykjavik as part of Olafur’s current exhibition of the same name. On view through the summer, until 15 August. Photo: Vigfús Birgisson

Olafur Eliasson, Beyond human time, 2020 is open at i8 Gallery in Reykjavik
On view until 15 August

Solar short term memory (8 seconds), 2020

Excerpt of Tina Campt speaking about BLM as part of the online roundtable ‘John Akomfrah in conversation with Tina Campt, Ekow Eshun, Saidiya Hartman’, hosted by @Lisson_Gallery, 18 June 2020. https://t.co/FPf5e1VfAd

Olafur’s solo exhibition ‘Beyond human time’ at i8 Gallery in Reykjavik opens today! On view until 15 August. Images: ‘Circular hand dance voids (Bhutan book)’, 2020. ‘Circular hand dance voids (clarity)’, 2020. ‘Circular hand dance voids (courageous meditation)’, 2020.

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‘Weather orb’, 2020 – installed as part of the exhibition ‘Symbiotic seeing’ this past winter at Kunsthaus Zürich (photo: Franca Candrian)

By the way, happy solstice! ‘Your space embracer’, 2004 – part of the exhibition ‘Summer solstice’ at Jarla Partilager, Stockholm, back in 2008 (photos: Mathias Johanson)

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‘Kaleidosphere’, 2020, installed at Kunsthaus Zürich (photo: Franca Candrian)

‘A week in the life of an imaginary exoplanet’ (Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday), 2019 Photo credit: Jens Ziehe

‘Beyond-human resonator’, 2019 (photo credit: Jens Ziehe) – part of the exhibition ‘Sometimes the river is the bridge’, now on view @MOT_art_museum in Tokyo.

’It’s important to recognize that paying attention is not the same as understanding, ... there truly is no replacement for actual, physical, social encounter between humans to create a shared perspective.’ theguardian.com/commentisfree/…

We’re all happy that the coronavirus lockdown is steadily lifting in Europe. Meanwhile, we remain aware that in this same month, despite the lockdown, the world has reached a three-million-year high for atmospheric carbon, harkening back to the Pliocene. twitter.com/TheEnergyMix/s…

‘The glacier melt series 1999/2019’, 2019, currently installed @MuseoGuggenheim in Bilbao as part of Olafur’s exhibition ‘In real life’ (photo: Erika Ede).

‘The exploration of the centre of the sun’, 2017, installed as part of the exhibition ‘Sometimes the river is the bridge’ @MOT_art_museum in Tokyo, now reopened to the public. Photo by the exhibition’s curator, @YukoHasegawa. To learn more, visit: olafureliasson.net/sometimesthebr…

A lovely image of the artwork ‘Your happening, has happened, will happen’ (2020) from a recent visitor to Olafur’s current show ‘Sometimes the river is the bridge’ @MOT_art_museum in Tokyo. To see more of the exhibition and the story behind it, go to: olafureliasson.net/sometimesthebr…

‘I can’t breathe: those words are incredibly important to the climate and environmental movement. How do we make sure our movement is responding to all the ways people can’t breathe, particularly black people?’ – Liv Havstad heated.world/p/the-climate-…