New season of Netflix's show Abstract premieres on 25 September

Live from SOE is a series of livestream episodes, conceived for Olafur’s exhibition 'In real life' at Tate Modern. Streaming every other week for 30 minutes directly from the studio, this is a chance to give our audience a view into our everyday life and what it means to make artworks, exhibitions, commissions, and works in public space with Olafur. Our second episode – titled 'Advanced geometry‘ – looked at how we work with geometry research and model-making, and how this research is eventually turned into artworks.

This video is an excerpt from the full-length episode - you can watch it on soe.tv

Seeing spheres, 2019, Chase Center, San Francisco. Photo: Matthew Millman

Isolation by Fabian Knecht.
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Watch us live now from the studio kitchen! We’re streaming on soe.tv, and we’d love for you to tune in – just note that the live stream on soe.tv only works on desktops, using Chrome.

Broadcasting live from the studio kitchen, today at 15:00 GMT / 16:00 CET! We’d love for you to tune in to soe.tv – just note that the live stream only works on desktops, using Chrome. And please post questions for the kitchen team with #askSOE.

Join us today at 4pm CET on www.soe.tv, when we broadcast live from the studio kitchen. Please note that the live stream on soe.tv only works on desktops, using Chrome.

Tomorrow at 4 CET - we are sending live from the Studio Kitchen, where the team, among other things, will look at experiments for the autumn menu in collaboration with @tate - as part of In real life. Tune in on soe.tv - and ask the team questions here #asksoe

Seeing spheres, 2019 - unveiled today at Chase Center, San Francisco

Seeing spheres, 2019, Chase Center, San Francisco

These Clelia curves are obtained by two simultaneous rotations: a point on a sphere’s meridian rotates at a constant speed, while, at the same time, the sphere itself is also rotating at a constant speed around its axis.
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The exact feeling that an artwork creates is less important to Olafur than encouraging reflection on that feeling. An artwork, ideally, should counteract the numbness of information overload and create what Olafur calls a 'felt feeling'. @blackcitru5 twitter.com/blackcitru5/st…

Human time is movement (winter), Human time is movement (spring), Human time is movement (summer), 2019- part of Y/our future is now, Museu Serralves, Porto. Photo: Filipe Braga

Advanced geometry is this episode's topic, when we broadcast live from the studio in an hour on soe.tv
If you have a question for the team, pose it below or use #asksoe

.@Cioconnor #asksoe 3/3 As we discussed, Your spiral view, 2002 cannot be adapted for wheelchairs, unfortunately, but your perspective will definitely inform my work in the future. Thank you for drawing my attention to this issue and please keep speaking up.

.@Cioconnor 1/3 Great to speak with you on Friday, Ciara. You're right in pointing out that the concept of the body I have worked with in the past is limited. I want to share the article you wrote about your experience, which I think we can all learn from: independent.ie/style/voices/c…

Yes, absolutely! Art doesn’t take us out of the world but deeper into the world. It's a tool for co-shaping reality. @aligraves321 twitter.com/aligraves321/s…

Join us on Wednesday when we broacast live from the studio - this episode's topic is advanced geometry. Tune in to soe.tv at 16:00 CET (don't use Safari - it won't work).