Magasin launch – If Not Now 01

The time has finally arrived! You are invited to come and celebrate the release of If Not Now 01, The Resurrected Issue. Call a friend, grab some spare cash and put on something nice for a night of page-turning, art and music together with INN’s local friends and family.


INN.01’s launch will appropriately take place at Springbraettet 6a, a women-run gallery, bar and showroom where you can experience an exhibition by artist duo Unison, sip some naturvin, buy a mag and move your body to three of our favourite music heads; Panamoil, Martinez and ADHDJ.


More info:


Free welcome drinks will be served from 17:00 until they run out, so come early (and stay late).


The atmosphere intends to be respectful, supportive and fun with a zero tolerance for inappropriate, offensive behaviour or discrimination of any kind. Please also take care to respect the space and the art installations inside.


It will be SO fab to see you all there to share ideas, stories, creativity and love with one another.


The dress code? Absolutely You.


About INN:

If Not Now is a publication for contemporary culture that is aligned by visions of an environmentally-harmonised and socially-just future. As a platform for exhibiting multidisciplinary art and creativity and an archive of stories about people solving contemporary problems, If Not Now is an opportunity to engage with projects, initiatives, and thought-provoking ideas that inform on and challenge some of the greatest issues of our time.


INN.01 introduces contemporary work and activities with important and evermore relevant issues continuing to exist post-COVID19 lockdowns. With feature stories and creative work in the fields of migration, technology, climate, sustainable fashion and racial equality among others, INN.01 sets the tone for its ten-part series subject matter with an attitude that celebrates the power of now.


About the exhibition:

UNISON is an artist duo consisting of Sofie Lenau and Marie Søe. Through rituals and an experimental practice, they explore a collective creative process where equality and sensitivity act as building blocks.


UNISON works primarily with installation, textile, and video. They represent the volatile, disintegrated and that moment where everything disappears; the flower that withers, the candle that burns, the egg that hatches and the light that goes out. This exhibition examines the human connection in unity, and the ability to carry each other.