Lundahl & Seitl: Unknown Cloud

Location At the lawn by the marina, Ved Fjorden 12

Sound from our solar system’s planets tracked as spatial sounds in their orbital coordinates in relation to the visitors phone, two black holes colliding, field recordings from parallel locations where the Cloud event takes place, voices of past visitors and at last the voice of the AI Cloud Caretaker. 

Experience the artwork Unknown Cloudprogrammed to exist globally until year 2057 and to travel across borders, islands, mountain ranges and towns far away. The artwork is a global phenomenon created by flashmobs of local people. A new technology that can be downloaded as an app connects the artwork with you in a worldwide community synchronized via Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Don’t miss this unique experience. Remember to bring your smartphone and, if possible, headphones. If not we have a limited selection for loan before every performance.

About the artists

Christer Lundahl and Martina Seitl formed Lundahl & Seitl in 2003 — a trans-disciplinary artistic collaboration that focuses on making the viewers’ perception the central medium of the work. Their projects epitomise a ‘new kind of art’ that breaks down the perceived barriers between ‘doing and viewing’, leading to the conception of powerful events that effectively take place in the consciousness of viewers.

Each project is specific to a particular place and situation, while also investigating history, time, space and human perception. Lundahl & Seitl aim to connect the disciplines of science, performance and art by creating new spaces for joint enquiry.

Their work has been presented internationally in museums, galleries, art fairs, science conferences, theatres and dance contexts, in festivals and in public spaces.

Webpage: lundahl-seitl.com/ 

Lundahl & Seitl: “Unknown Cloud” (2015 – 2017), Struer Tracks 2019. Photo: Mikkel Høgh Kaldal

Lundahl & Seitl: “Unknown Cloud” (2015-2017), Struer Tracks 2019. Photo: Mikkel Høgh Kaldal

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