I feel, for now 27.3–8.9.2024
Art moves us, or not, in ways that we ourselves do not always quite understand, let alone knowing how to put them into words. I feel, for now is Amos Rex’s first exhibition of works from its own collections on this scale, and takes us through the art into emotions. The more than a hundred artworks chosen for the exhibition carry us from isolation to empathy, from ecstasy to nostalgia.
The wide-ranging exhibition I feel, for now, will show works from the collection made by more than 70 artists from the 1960s up to the present.
Josefina Nelimarkka: The Cloud of Un/knowing 27.3–8.9.2024
Josefina Nelimarkka’s The Cloud of Un/knowing lifts our gaze to the heavens. It explores clouds and their essence as part of the Earth’s hydrological cycle. The exhibition consists of new works that change in an instant, materials that stimulate the senses, and atmospheric–data-driven technology. Local weather data and scientific measurements acquired from the Arctic regions in real time are transformed into light, sound, and digital water droplets forming a subtle unity.
Larissa Sansour 9.10.2024–2.3.2025.
In the autumn 2024, Amos Rex will host an intensely emotional exhibition by Palestinian-Danish, London-based Larissa Sansour, in which the past and possible futures converge. Her video works and installations interweave current topics with imagined worlds through the lens of futurism, archival footage and even opera.
The works in the exhibition – most of them created in close collaboration with the Danish writer and director Søren Lind – transform our understanding and awaken our compassion.