Christer Lundahl and Martina Seitl

Strongly rooted in research and choreography, London based artists Lundahl & Seitl’s work is a unique type of participatory performance often conceived in collaborations with other disciplines including: architects, cognitive neurologists, designers and musicians. This practice invites the visitors to physically and mentally immerse within the work, offering the possibility for the visitor to become experimenter and participator in stark contrast to the conventional and passive role of ‘audience as voyeur’.

Originally from Sweden Lundahl & Seitl's most recent work has been shown at the 'A Foundation', in 2009, where the artists presented a unique one to one performance with the audience on the rooftop of 'The Rochelle School'. Past live projects have included Battersea Arts Centre, Whitechapel Gallery and Tate Britain, London. In autumn 2009 they presented their third work in a series of solo commissions by WELD, sited and co-produced by The National Museum, Stockholm.