f.eks. is a non-profit, artist-run contemporary art platform based in Aalborg, Denmark. With a roaming concept, and a focus on temporary, immaterial, and ephemeral art making, f.eks. seeks to foster artistic experimentation, critical voices, unique partnerships, and interdisciplinary practices. By focusing on projects that highlight art’s changing relationship to architecture, infrastructure, public spaces, and ecological sites, layers between different socio-political, economic, cultural, and historical conversations unfold. As such, f.eks. creates new ways of working between artists, institutions, and audiences to generate more sustainable, equitable, and innovative outcomes between art and society. This is exemplified by f.eks.’s deheirarchicalized network in which government, industry, academia, cultural associations, community groups, art institutions, and private citizenry enrich and assist the artistic programming in different ways.
f.eks. is self-organized by artists Scott William Raby and Rikke Ehlers Nilsson, and was co-founded in 2018.