Lundahl & Seitl
Hours and dates
- Oct 28 from 12:40 to 13:20
Lundahl & Seitl, formed in 2003 as continuous research into the question of how we perceive reality and negotiate its various forms. The virtual experience in their works is created with peculiar objects such as sightless goggles or methods of choreographed touch through reverse engineering visual stimuli. Through a heuristic relationship to process, and created in collaboration between disciplines, the duo has developed an art form and method containing staging, choreographed movement, instructions, sculpture, spatial sound, and augmented and virtual reality.
ConferencesA Language of What May Not Be Said
At the advent of the endemic, the artists discuss their practice making artworks that, each in a different way, explore how technology makes us and lay the ground for our human umwelt: how it connects and disconnects us from each other and other life-forms and processes. They explore their use of VR technologies in friction with material objects, and the human ability to receive a world, expressing a presence through absence.