The ARos Kunstmuseum is one of the most intriguing, exciting, and spookiest art museums I’ve ever been.
This brick-red cube sits squarely at a distance five minutes away from the central station of Aarhus. The rainbow ring – both colourful and inviting – poses a stark contrast to the rest of the building, but interestingly, gave it a touch of modernity that befits the architecture as the house of modern art.
The 9 Spaces Exhibition: this is where I got really, really spooked. Mostly cause I’m afraid of corridors but really there is something about the Faces exhibition that made me feel uncomfortable and when I walked into this hall I just wasn’t ready. The nine spaces, as you could have guessed, meant this hall has nine distinctively themed rooms that are meant to give visitors a complete experience in perception and feeling once they’ve gone through the entire exhibition. Well, they made it. I literally ran out from one of the rooms, how embarrassing haha ;-P So, no pictures for this one, go and experience the exhibition yourself.
Entry Fee: DKK 100
Location: Aros Allé 2, DK-8000, Århus C, Denmark