There will be play, games, colours, experiments, and systems taking up the space of our exhibition halls during the winter holiday when CC stays open every day in the period from 10–16 February. Participation is free of charge on the presentation of a valid ticket and admission is free for everyone under the age of 18.
Höller's Lab for Children
Every day at 14.00 our art communicators will be ready and waiting by the big mushroom in Carsten Höller’s exhibition Reproduction
in Hall 1. Here we invite children inside to play and experiment in ways that engage several of their senses.
We look forward to seeing you!
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About CC Studio
CC Studio is CC's learning initiative on the 1st floor with workshops, exhibitions and rooms for contemplation and relaxation.
CC Studio is synonymous with the facilities, activities and learning programmes that Copenhagen Contemporary offers children and young people as well as adults. The idea behind CC Studio is to present contemporary art in innovative ways where learning and reflection on the world happen through a physical and dialogue-based encounter with art.
Every year CC invites a recognised international artist to create a site-specific playscape for CC Studio. The exhibition aims to unite art and play in a physical and aesthetic experience. There will be a chance to touch, move about in, examine and use the exhibition, thereby activating body, eye and mind.
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About Carsten Höller
Carsten Höller was born in Brussels in 1961 and lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden, and Biriwa, Ghana. Using his training as a scientist in his work as an artist, Carsten Höller’s primary concerns relate to the nature of human perception and self-exploration. He has undertaken many projects that invite viewer participation and interaction while questioning human behavior, perception and logic.
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