Olafur, along with 100 other artists, has donated a work for the UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe art lottery, organised to raise money for UNHCR's worldwide life-saving operations and projects and initiatives of refugees in Germany.
It's time to #FaceTheClimateEmergency! Today Olafur signed this urgent open letter to global leaders, written by the inspirational young climate activists @Luisamneubauer, @GretaThunberg, @AnunaDe, & @AdelaideCharli2. Everyone is invited to sign & share!
Since the beginning of July, the kids of @EarthSpeakr have been sharing their messages. Are you listening?
Download the app and encourage a kid to share their own message. Adults can also create their own ‘Loud Speakrs’ to amplify kids’ voices.
Kindred books found in the exhibition ‘Down to Earth’ at Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin.
Many of these books also happen to be included in our studio ‘Research map’, installed as part of Olafur’s current solo exhibition ‘In real life’ @MuseoGuggenheim
Research materials used to create ‘Ice lab’, 2020. Several 3D prints are installed as part of Olafur’s current exhibition ‘Sometimes the river is the bridge’ @MOT_art_museum in Tokyo.
The recent publication ‘Poetry Jazz: Wax and Gold’ – in Amharic, English, and German – collects the voices of poets, wordsmiths, sound artists, musicians, composers, and translators based in Ethiopia, Germany, the United States, and South Africa.
Painted driftwood, as part of the ‘Sustainability research lab’, 2020 (photo: Kazuo Fukunaga).
‘Sometimes the river is the bridge’ is on view @MOT_art_museum in Tokyo until 27 September.
Today, 115 artworks by 95 internationally acclaimed contemporary artists, including Olafur, will be auctioned off at Charlottenborg Festsal in Copenhagen, between 13:00–16:00. All proceeds go to @Trampolinehuset 's work for refugees and asylum seekers.