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Your rainbow panorama

Pt 741

Olafur Eliasson’s | Your rainbow panorama.

Your rainbow panorama
2006-2011

ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark


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2 Comments

  1. That’s my hometown!
    I guess the year range 2006-2011 refers to the period it was built. It is still there.
    The windows cast colored shadows all the way into some neighboring apartment at certain times of the year, giving a special afternoon sunset light.
    There is lighting in the floor that, when lit in the evening, makes it glow like af giant lighthouse / UFO. A warm feeling in the dark Danish winter.

  2. I got to visit Aarhus for a couple of weeks on a business trip. It was just about this time of year. The town is absolutely enchanting. The Danes are a very friendly people, the architecture is just beautiful, and I happened to be there just as spring happened (it was like someone flipped a switch). The farmland outside of town looks like something you’d see on a jigsaw puzzle, with the rolling green hills and the stream drifting by the farmhouse.

    I spent some time in Hamburg and Brugge and even Gibraltar, but Aarhus is the place that I really must find the time to visit again.

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