We present solo exhibitions and long-term projects by local and international artists whose work connects art with other cultural disciplines. We further explore these relations through screenings, performances, lecture series, publications, or workshops. Our public programs also provide a forum for our artists in residence to share their upcoming projects and research.

In developing projects, we act as companions to the artists and aim to slow down the art-making process. We tend to unfold our exhibitions over longer time periods and conceive of them as chapters or installments. Our approach is informed by Study Lines that bring together contexts, collaborations, ideas and issues, residents, and projects. We are interested in nurturing new meanings and non-hierarchical forms of knowledge rather than in dividing disciplines. Our current Study Lines are Showing-Doing and Hearing Voices.

We present solo exhibitions and long-term projects by local and international artists whose work connects art with other cultural disciplines. We further explore these relations through screenings, performances, lecture series, publications, or workshops. Our public programs also provide a forum for our artists in residence to share their upcoming projects and research.

In developing projects, we act as companions to the artists and aim to slow down the art-making process. We tend to unfold our exhibitions over longer time periods and conceive of them as chapters or installments. Our approach is informed by Study Lines that bring together contexts, collaborations, ideas and issues, residents, and projects. We are interested in nurturing new meanings and non-hierarchical forms of knowledge rather than in dividing disciplines. Our current Study Lines are Showing-Doing and Hearing Voices.

Mette Edvardsen, Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine (2010-). Photo: Antero Hein. Courtesy of the artist.

Our publications program grows alongside our exhibitions and events. We work together with artists in developing online publications, released in installments that may eventually become a printed book or exhibition. We produce monographs with some of our exhibiting artists whose work has not yet been gathered in a book format. We also invest in researching and analyzing the archives of writers and poets, which we share through an exhibition in our galleries and a critical anthology.

The editorial approach is informed by our Study Lines and unapologetically favors literature, storytelling, and narration. These modes of interpreting and presenting art remind us that art is shaped by a context and subjectivity, and that it provides pathways to reconfigure our place within society.