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2019 will see a new work by Lundahl & Seitl and ScanLAB Projects entitled Eternal Return: a mixed reality installation in the form of an exhibition.

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Eternal Return is a contemporary art exhibition existing of three entangled art works, a book and their physical and virtual display structures. Made to exist on their own, each artwork always remains virtually connected to the others, even over distance, in different exhibitions for example. The presence of unseen performers add qualities of human touch by choreographing the visitors perception and movement inside 3D spatialised audio and architecture scannings.

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Image: Scan-LAB Projects

Recent Projects

  • March - April 2019

    Eternal Return

    Eternal Return consists of three intertwined art works, a book and the physical and virtual representations of them. Looking through wireless VR goggles shows you the world as a digital point cloud universe that works in the same way as elementary particles. The sculptures and functional objects are reminiscent of a theatre left deserted at night. Every object, each with its own origin, flows in different layers of time: a railing from the Titanic walkway is held up by the weight of a 3,5-billion-year-old microbial mat, a 3D printed door handle floats in mid-air, a Victorian headboard, a chandelier, a desk and a sound-proof door from the Steinway piano workshop.

    A mixed reality installation in the form of an art exhibition.

    Created to exist as stand-alone objects, each artwork always remains virtually linked with the others, even at a distance, such as in different exhibitions. The presence of invisible artists adds qualities of human touch by choreographing the experience and movement of visitors in 3D realised audio and architecture scans.
    Eternal Return by Lundahl & Seitl (SWE) and ScanLAB Projects* (UK) is a STRP co-production.

    The book Eternal Return is written by architect and theorist Malin Zimm.

    Script collaboration: 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.

    Dramaturgy by Rachel Alexander.

    Performers: Pia Nordin, Lena Kimming & Sara Lindström.

    • ScanLAB Projects team: Matt Shaw, Max Čelar, Soma Sato, Manuela Mesrie, Reuben Carter, Jacques Pillet, Will Trossell, Dorka Makai

    https://scanlabprojects.co.uk/

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    strp.nl/program/eternal-return

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Swedish TV Documentary about Unknown Cloud - KOBRA culture show

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Unknown Cloud on Its Way to Berlin, 2017

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Commissioned by: Immersion - Berliner Festspiele.

Curator: Andrea Rostásy

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Berlin Artlink video and review

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Unknown Cloud on Its Way to Stockholm University &

An Elegy to the Medium of Film

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Commissioned by: Accelerator - Stockholm University, 2017.

Curator: Richard Julin

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Read more on the Accelerator website

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Symphony

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Commissioned by: Kochi Muziris Biennale, 2016 Kochi, India.

Curator: Sudarshan Shetty.

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Lundahl & Seitl at the biennale

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Youtube video of the work

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New Originals

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Solo Exhibition commissioned by KunstMuseum Bonn, 2016.

Curator: Sally Muller.

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Read more on KunstMuseum Bonn website

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Download a pdf of the catalogue

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Symphony of a Missing Room, 2016

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Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin.

Commissioned by: Immersion - Berliner Festspiele
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Symphony- The Mnemosyne Revolution, 2016

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Commissioned by: Centre Pompidou, Metz,

for the exhibition: An Imagined Museum.
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Centre Pompidou Metz

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