Lundahl & Seitl: recent works

Please note, these works take place primarily in the visitor’s mind and are therefore highly individual. As such they evade accurate representation in text and image.

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Proscenium (2012-2013)

In their award-winning work, Symphony of a Missing Room, the duo investigated the museum as a site for departure; for Proscenium they turn their focus on the theatre: its narrative, its art form, its building and life therein.

Proscenium was developed for the Royal National Theatre, Stockholm with support from the British Council. A new version is currently being adapted for 30CC, Leuven.
Sound technician: Rebecca Neumann

Interview with a visitor to Proscenium

Audio clip from Proscenium
– Best listened to with headphones and with your eyes closed –

Audio clip from Proscenium
– Best listened to with headphones and with your eyes closed –

> Visit Royal Dramatic Theatre’s website for more information

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Symphony of a Missing Room (2009-2012)

An artwork created for the museum and reinvented for each site.

National Museum of Sweden (2009), Gothenburg Museum of Art (2010), Museum M (2010), Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (2011), Museum der Moderne (2011), S.M.A.K. (2011), Acropolis Museum (2012), Hamburger Kunsthalle (2012)
Symphony of a Missing Room was originally commissioned by Weld in association with the National Museum of Sweden. European tour supported by Fierce and Birmingham City Council.

Video footage of Symphony of a Missing Room plus interviews with visitors and Lundahl & Seitl

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