Category: Copenhagen

  • The Refusal of Time

    The Refusal of Time

    A multi facetted art installation by William Kentridge This outstanding immersive installation is currently on display at the Louisiana Museum north of Copenhagen. It is a truly original work featuring many components such as music, film, graphics and immersive sound. The video is covering 5 screens connected as one large canvas that supports movements across…

  • Copenhagen Light Festival

    Copenhagen Light Festival

    The Copenhagen Light Festival 2024 featured around 70 artworks placed at different locations around the city. Beside traditional light some works also used videoprojections as a light source and some works even had a sound track which light effects were programmed to. Here are some selected installations from the event: The festival had a helpful…

  • Aftershock


    Thanks to its generous space, Copenhagen Contemporary can host very large installations and dedicate a hall for each piece of art. In 2023 the light installation Aftershock by James Turrell was captivating. It used only light changes and subtle sounds for dragging the spectators in to a fascinating universe. Looking forward to see Turrell’s next…

  • Kusama installation

    Kusama installation

    Yayoi Kusama’s installation “Gleaming Lights of the Souls” is a permanent attraction at the Louisiana Museum north of Copenhagen since 2014. The art piece consists of colour changing LED-bulbs hanging in a room where walls and ceiling are covered with mirrors. The floor is a water basin giving a true immersive experience in 3 dimensions.…

  • The Snow Queen

    The Snow Queen

    The Snow Queen is a famous fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. In 2019 it was staged as an opera composed by Hans Abrahamsen and featuring videodesign by Playmodes. The stage utilized tight programming of LED-strips concealed in the scenography giving unprecedented depth and amazing effects. Photos by Per Morten Abrahamsen