7 Walks: From Albisola to Læsø, public moments


7 Walks: From Albisola to Læsø is an event-based public artwork initiated by Vermeir & Heiremans in collaboration with legal philosopher Luke Mason. The project is an invitation by f.eks, and consists of presentations, workshops, and public discussions at Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg as well as a walking event at the Asger Jorn House on Læsø.


05 - 19/02/2020


Full programme:


Wed, Feb 5th, 17:30 - 20:30h
A Modest Proposal – Rethinking Art, Law, and Urban Renewal
Film screening and panel discussion
Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg (Auditorium - free admission)
Kong Christians Alle 50, 9000 Aalborg
View this event on the website of Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg


Sun, Feb 9th, 08 - 15:30h
From Albisola To Læsø  - A Re-enactment of a Historical Walk to Asger Jorn’s House
Public presentation and walking workshop (free transportation and lunch)
Lille Strandgårdsvej 28, 9940 Læsø
View this event on the website of f.eks.


Wed, Feb 19th, 17:30 - 20h
The Radical Politics of Jorn - Artistic Reflections on Value, Economy, and Property
Performative lecture. View PDF version
Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg (Aalto Conference Room - free admission)
Kong Christians Alle 50, 9000 Aalborg



This project is made at the invitation of f.eks. and in collaboration with Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg, Kunstpionererne, Gallery Tom Christoffersen, Nordoplyst, Birmingham City University (BCU)Casa Anne Maries vej, and Jubilee.


f.eks. is a roaming exhibition platform for contemporary art that seeks to generate critical and speculative dialogues between audiences, artists, and broader publics.  f.eks. produces temporary art events that are located in and around the urban spaces of Aalborg – activating architecture, infrastructure, ecological sites, and public spaces through a series of live art engagements. These include performances, talks, workshops, readings, pop-ups, social installations, screenings, and many other forms of interactive and ephemeral art making.


Luke Mason is a philosopher and academic lawyer. Much of his published work focuses on labour law and social policy. His work often focuses on the social function of legal forms and how these can be modified and revisited to achieve more creative uses of legal concepts. He has taught and researched at Universities across Europe, including in the UK, France, Italy and Germany, and is part of numerous international research networks in his fields of interest. He is currently Head of the School of Law at BCU, Birmingham and also teaches law at the Sorbonne Law School and ICP in Paris.


More information on the f.eks. website

Read more about 7 Walks: From Albisola to Læsø

Read the introduction on the research project 7 Walks