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Rasmus Myrup

Museumnacht Kids


16/03/2024 –
– 30/11

Do you think you could become friends with an ancient mythological creature?

Join 1646 during Museumnacht Kids for an exciting adventure, surrounded by the beautiful sculptures of the artist Rasmus Myrup. He brought a group of mythical beings from the past to the exhibition space. Full of ancient powers and elements from nature, this evening is an invitation for children to meet the artwork with their senses and imagination in an interactive and playful way.

Children can explore the materials that are used for some of the sculptures, as well as participate in the game who is who? Can they guess which figure belongs to which story?
Additionally, the kids are invited to unleash their creativity by designing their own festive outfits on paper, inspired by the costumes of Rasmus’s sculptures.

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About Rasmus Myrup (Born 1991, Copenhagen) is a Danish artist, whose work seeks to explore how the experience of being human is malleable – and how susceptible it is; at its worst to manipulation and at its best to change. With roots in our belonging to the natural realm, Myrup investigates the big narratives of humanity’s existence, evolution and history through the lens of small, personal and intimate emotions. Through his sculptures, installations and drawings, he seeks to understand other times, species and worlds – and in that way everything from Neanderthals to trees or folklore can provide new perspectives on our understanding of death, sex and power. His recent solo exhibitions include Precoming at O – Overgaden (DK), Vertreibzeit at Kunstverein Göttingen (DE) and Slut [The End] at Jack Barrett (US).


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