Eternal Return by Lundahl & Seitl and ScanLAB Projects is a composite work that uses VR technology, physical objects and performance to explore reality as speculative fiction. The work is composed of a reality matrix consisting of three intertwined digital replicas of historical buildings that are hyper-connected to sculptures and fragmented objects. The installation is reminiscent of a theatre left deserted at night.
Eternal Return is a STRP co-production.
Lundahl & Seitl (Christer Lundahl & Martina Seitl)
Project Manager: Emma Ward
Dramaturgy: Rachel Alexander
Matt Shaw, Max Čelar, Soma Sato, Manuela Mesrie, Reuben Carter, Jacques Pillet, Will Trossell, Theo Tan & Dorka Makai
The Exhibition is accompanied by a short sci-fi novel: Eternal Return - The Memor, written by Malin Zimm
J. S. Bach’s Fugue in A Minor BWV 543 written for the organ, arranged by Liszt for piano, is performed by Cassie Yukawa-McBurney
Performers: Pia Nordin, Lena Kimming & Sara Lindström.
Thanks to: Björn Norberg, Michael Smythe, David Österberg & Joakim Olsson
Eternal Return is supported by: Stockholm City Council, Swedish Arts Council & Swedish Arts Grants Committee