Lundahl & Seitl is a young company whose work is approached with a strong foundation in research and process. They create different scale work which can be performance works, exhibitions, guided tours and walks and require the visitors' full immersion. By using instruction, choreography and technology, Lundahl & Seitl investigate space, time and perception. The duo has collaborated variously within the areas of architecture, fashion, cognitive neurology and classical music. Their work has been presented internationally in museums, theatres, galleries and in site-specific public spaces, including presentations at Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Whitechapel Gallery, Battersea Arts Centre in London, National Museum and Weld, Stockholm and Museum M, Belgium.
Rotating in a Room of Images is an audio-instructed walk situated in a room shifting from light to total darkness that further shifts in shape and scale. An itinerary of tableau vivant unfolds creating an intense experience as a disembodied voice guides you through a series of enigmatic encounters. This is a great introduction to interactive work and could easily be translated.
'A dislocating, dream-like power and a painterly eye'
'A magical experience'
James Hadley, The Big Idea
'It seemed I had strayed into somebody else's dream, and surrounded my autonomy to unknown and unseen guides from an unfamiliar zone'
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