Looking back at the exhibition Symbiotic seeing at Kunsthaus Zürich, that due to the circumstances had to end a week early. We're grateful for all the people who went to experience it, and look forward to sharing more impressions from the exhibition over the next days. Also a huge thanks and lots of digital hugs to the fantastic team at the museum who made it all come together!

Looking back at the exhibition In real life at Guggenheim Bilbao - which is closed for now. We wanted to thank everyone who went to experience it, and are hoping to welcome you again soon.

“Fungi grow from their tips, and gnaw into the future as they advance. A mycelial network is a map of a fungus’s recent history—a portrait of time—and a helpful reminder that all life-forms are in fact processes not things.” - Merlin Sheldrake instagram.com/studioolafurel…

Escaped light landscape. instagram.com/studioolafurel…

We’re happy to launch our project website for Experimenting, Experiencing, Reflecting (EER), a collaboration between science and art led by Olafur and scientist Andreas Roepstorff (Aarhus University), funded by the Carlsberg Foundation (2019–2023). Have a look at the site eer.info

Symbiotic seeing, Kunsthaus Zürich

Earth kaleidoscope, 2006 instagram.com/studioolafurel…

Earth kaleidoscope, 2006

From Earth, Herman de Vries, 1985. Soil on paper. instagram.com/studioolafurel…

The Mushroom at the End of the World - Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing. Mushroom Cloud and Mushroom - Cai Guo Qiang. instagram.com/studioolafurel…

“Lichen are symbiotic assemblages of species: filamentous fungi and photosynthetic algae or cyanobacteria. Lichen are themselves a kind of landscape, enlivened by their ghosts… Lichen are ghosts that haunt us from the past, but they also peer at us from a future without us” - Introduction to Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet. Image: Ernst Haeckel, Lichen, 1904

Moss wall, 1994 - part of In real life, Guggenheim Bilbao

"Lichen are ghosts that haunt us from the past, but they also peer at us from a future without us” - Introduction to Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet. Ernst Haeckel, Lichen, 1904 instagram.com/p/B8tjYDEIuGa/

Waterfall, 2019 - part of In real life, now open, Guggenheim Bilbao. Photo: Erika Ede

Your pyramidic double asymmetrical polyhedron, 2019, on view now @tanyabonakdargallery @friezeartfair

The glacier melt series, 1999/2019 – part of In real life at Guggenheim Bilbao

Room for one colour, 1997 - part of In real life, Guggenheim Bilbao, opens tomorrow. Photo: Erika Ede

Installing In real life at Guggemheim Bilbao - the exhibition opens Thursday