Sunday, June 13 at 14.00-15.00
Location: Online via Zoom
Lundahl & Seitl and Untold Garden discuss their work: a world building practice that combines layers of time, change and ambiguity between objects and the sentient beings entering immersive states together, to explore where the balance tips between the connection to and influence over that which is not me.
Stockholm and London-based duo Lundahl & Seitl formed in 2003. They perform, teach, and play with choreography, VR and architecture, and create anti-disciplinary artwork as experiences. With a background in visual arts and choreography the practice discovers immersive states as philosophical tools to observe the boundaries and connections between the living, objects and technologies, places and environments.
Their work is shown internationally at museums, biennales, and in site-specific public spaces.
Untold Garden is an experiential art and design studio directed by Max Čelar and Jakob Skote. They explore and build tools for participatory design and art, as well as create captivating experiences using cutting-edge immersive technologies.
Photo credits: Lundahl & Seitl, photo by Thron Ullberg