Yet, it moves! is a pathbreaking research and exhibition project where art and research collide. The exhibition’s curator, Irene Campolmi, together with artist and researcher Helene Nymann opens a conversation about the work Future Continuonus, which can be experienced at Copenhagen Contemporary from 11.05.23 to 31.12.23.
The work consists of three parts: A video work, sculptures and an interactive website that gives us the opportunity to participate in a new shared space; a landscape of collective memories for the future. Helene Nymann’s work makes us aware of how we remember things, and that our experience of time is not linear, but that our body, senses and consciousness link everything together in a diversity of moments, rhythms or memories that both contain the past, the present and the future. Before the talk, you can experience the exhibition for a regular entrance fee. Become a member and gain access to 7000 sqm of international art from as little as DKK 25/month.
ABOUT HELENE NYMANN
Helene Nymann is a visual artist and current artistic development grantee at the Interacting Minds Centre, Aarhus University, Denmark. Nymann is an active member of the research group Experimenting, Experiencing, Reflecting (EER), an art science collaboration led by artist Olafur Eliasson and researcher Andreas Roepstorff. Nymann has, among other things, exhibited at New Museum (NYC), Fridman Gallery (NYC), Kunsthal Aarhus (DK), Kunsthal Charlottenborg (DK), MACRO, Museo D’arte Contemporanea (IT).
Wednesday 7. June at 18-19
The event is in English
Price: 75 Kr.
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1432 Copenhagen K
Level-free access – yes
Handicap toilet – yes
Free for companion – yes