One of the highlights of Aarhus’s year as European Capital of Culture, the ARoS Triennial considers the relationship of art and nature throughout history. It features an array of internationally recognised visual artists and emerging talents, with more than 15 major installations, including new commissions from the likes of Fujiko Nakaya, Simon Starling, Cyprien Gaillard, Doug Aitken, Alicja Kwade and Superflex.
The Triennial offers a narrative that spans 400 years and is split into three sections: The Past examines the idea of landscape and man’s relation to the organic climate through the history of ideas; The Present looks at nature in the context of the modern city; and The Future highlights responses to ecological changes and the age of the Anthropocene.
ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, until 10 September. For more information: www.aros.dk