Connect your body with the world on Culture Night at Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Does your body know what time it is? Are you affected by what you grandparents ate? How is your bacteria today? Hvad will you wear, when you go on your first spacetrip? Kunsthal Charlottenborg and Medical Museion put full spotlight on our major exhibition this fall 'The World is in You' for the whole family on Culture Night Friday 15. October from 6 pm - 12 am.

18:00-24:00 The current exhibitions open
18:00-20:00 Guided childrens tours in The World is in You (Every 30 minutes)
18:00-20:00 Illustration workshop for children with Sofie Louise Dam
19:00-19:45 Dine with your microbes in Baum & Leahy’s installation piece Cometabolise: A Holobiont Dinner (every 15 minutes)
20:00-21:00 Talk with the artist duo Baum & Leahy and Adam Bencard
21:30-22:00 Screening of Isabella Martins Time Animals and sound performance by Jim Slade

Guided childrens tours in The World is in You
What happens to the body, if you live in a cave, eat a living sourdough bun or travel to Mars? On the guided childrens tour on Culture Night, we will explore how light, bacteria and gravity affects our bodies. The tours are in Danish.

Illustration workshop for children
Sofie Louise Dam has illustrated the various science themes from the exhibition The World is in You. As a special event on Culture Night, Sofie will host a workshop where children can draw, cut, color and paint. The focus will be to illustrate the different scientific themes for larger children and their families.

Dine with your microbes
Eat together with your trillions of bacteria, funghi and other guests in a ceremonial experience in Baum & Leahy’s installation piece Cometabolise: A Holobiont Dinner – an intimate get-together celebrating interstitial metabolism and united change.

Talk: artist duo Baum & Leahy and Adam Bencard
Baum & Leahy is an award-winning international, creative duo working across interactive installation, art direction, scenography and experience design. They are part of the exhibition The World is in You and on Culture Night you can experience them in a conversation with one of the exhibition curators , Adam Bencard. The talk will be in English.

Screening of ‘Time Animals’ and sound performance
Artist Isabella Martin focuses on the mundane and surreal experiences of chronobiologists researching circadian rhythms. The artwork Time Animals follows one scientist through a 24-hour circadian collection, and will on this special night be shown together with a live sound performance by composer Jim Slade.

Read more about the exhibition The World is in You here

Entry: Access with a Culture Pass for 95 DKK. The Culture Pass can be bought on Culture Nights webshop here
Children under 12 can join for free.