This is the third solo exhibition by the artist with the gallery. It brings together recent work in which the Icelandic-Danish artist explores the human perception of temporality and movement through the spatial interaction between the viewer and the artworks.
According to the artist’s words: “A view of things to come gives us a view of ourselves from without, and to see yourself from the outside is to see yourself as part of the world. You see that being in space makes a difference, that you have responsibility. Before we act, we have an idea. But before the idea, there is a space – the space where the known and the unknown meet. It’s uncertain, unstructured, and open. This is where we realise that reality is relative – that we can change what is real – and we see a view of things to come.”