• Date
    Saturday 10. October
  • Time
    Kl. 11:30 - 17:30
  • Place
    The Concert Hall
  • Price
    DKK 10 (+ DKK 10 booking fee)

In collaboration with Copenhagen Architecture Festival, we invite you to film screening with the Indian architect Anupama Kundoo – whose works and projects you can experience in the exhibition Taking Time (opening 8 October).

Find more practical information on the event further down on this page.

Book your seat

Please note, that the site for reservations is in Danish. If you have any trouble with booking a seat please contact us at +45 49190719 and we will help you.


Anupama Kundoo on her cultural heritage

Indian architect Anupama Kundoo has this Saturday organised a personal programme with film screenings and talks, which introduce the audience to the cultural heritage that characterizes her practice.

Kundoo has created a number of projects in India, including her own house in Auroville, Wall House, and has worked, researched and taught all over the world at institutions such as The Technische Universität in Berlin, Parsons The New School of Design in New York and Universidad Camilo José Cela in Madrid.


From 11.30 to 13.45
Anupama Kundoo in conversation with curator of the exhibition Taking Time, Kjeld Kjeldsen. Subsequently Kundoo will introduce the film ‘Nostalgia for the Future’ – a film about Indian modernity that describes how 20th century ideals of equality and independence were reflected in many of the buildings that shot up all over India – from the Le Corbusier-designed private residence Villa Shodhan in Ahmedabad to public housing in Delhi that was to house refugees from Pakistan. (“Nostalgia for the Future” duration: 54 min)

Kundoo also introduces the film ‘Vistara – The Architecture of India’, which documents the iconic travelling exhibition on Indian architecture curated by the Indian architect Charles Correa in 1986. (“Vistara – The Architecture of India” duration: 15 min)

From 14.45 to 17.30
Kundoo introduces the film ‘Ghare Baire’ by Satyajit Ray, which through a fictional woman’s narrative provides insight into India’s history and its political struggles. About the British conflict, the division of the country in 1947, the struggle between Hindus and Muslims, rich and poor – and about how it affected the country’s citizens. (‘Ghare Baire’ duration: 140 min).


Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx) will run from 1-11 October. Through lectures, exhibitions, excursions and a film programme, the festival focuses on architecture and how it affects our lives.

A festival wristband will give you a reduced price / free admission to 50+ CAFx events in Copenhagen during the festival. The wristband can also be purchased at Louisiana and at a special price for Louisiana Members: DKK 100 (normal price DKK 150).

You can find the full festival programme on and from 18 September also in print.


Events in The Concert Hall are currently organised with a limited number of guests. The hall is only half-filled with empty seats between each booked seat.

The seats are numbered and the door to the hall opens a quarter of an hour before the event starts with access through The Winter Garden. It is no longer possible for us to arrange a waiting queue. Should there be any cancellations on the day, these seats will be handed out regularly at the main entrance. You are very welcome to send us an e-mail to if you will not be using your seats.

Anupama Kundoo

Related Exhibitions

In the fourth exhibition in The Architect’s Studio series, the Indian architect Anupama Kundoo aims to shed light on a scarce resource in our life: time.