The questions we ask today are instrumental in shaping tomorrow’s world. Tomorrow is the Question focuses on our common future. A group exhibition of international contemporary art eliciting reflection and discussion of present and future challenges.
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Play a game of table tennis, see a red-
The artists : Alfredo Jaar, Allora & Calzadilla, Cao Fei, Doug Aitken, Edward Burtynsky, Hito Steyerl, Julian Charrière, Mona Hatoum, Olafur Eliasson, Qiu Zhijie, RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Simon Denny, teamLab, Tomás Saraceno.
Universe of Water Particles, Transcending Boundaries, 2017, Interactive Digital Installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi. Flowers and People, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together, Transcending Boundaries -
Exhibition April 6, August 4, 2019. ARoS, ARoS Allé 2 -
Tomorrow is the Question is created in a curatorial collaboration between ARoS and Luise Faurschou and has been underway for three years. Luise Faurschou is director of the organisation ART 2030 whose goal is to link art to the SDGs. ART 2030 has been dubbed the most ambitious art project of all time by the international art platform artnet.
The exhibition presents works by fifteen international contemporary artists. A common denominator of these works is their capability, in a particularly powerful, visual, and sensuous way, to communicate the fact that we live in times of upheaval. The participating artists collectively focus on the huge challenges currently facing us in a form that gives rise to contemplation about the state of the world, calling for dialogue, innovative thinking, and collective action. Collectively, the artists represent individual voices, consistently succeeding in challenging our perception of reality and habitual thinking.
Left to right :
Mona Hatoum. Hot Spot III, 2009. Rustfrit stål og neonrør / Stainless steel and neon tube. 234 x 223 x 223 cm. Courtesy Fondazione Querini Stampalia Onlus, Venice. Installation: Fondazione Querini Stampalia Onlus, Venice. Foto / photo: Agostino Osio. © Mona Hatoum
Rirkrit Tiravanija, untitled 2015 (demain est la question), 2015, sérigraphie sur table de ping pong et raquettes, 76 x 152.5 x 274 cm. Courtesy de l’artiste et Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris. Photo : Florian Kleinefenn