Symphony of a Missing Room: An immersive artwork adapted for domestic settings in extraordinary times.
“The sound design and the way atmospheres are created with only audio and seemingly minimal light sources is fantastic. It creates a very believable setting that you can almost see and sense. Very impressive.”
Ten years ago, STUK presented together with Museum M Symphony of a Missing Room during Playground. In response to the covid-19 regulations, Lundahl and Seitl created a version of the work to be experienced from within your own bubble.
Symphony of a Missing Room is a digital artwork for two. By alternating between receiving and guiding roles, throughout the experience you will be asked to close your eyes and follow a score of choreographed suggestions. Mobile screens turn into projector lights, whilst a three-dimensional sound in your headphones augments a virtual room - a missing room - shared only between the two of you.
For an optimal experience
- Switch off all the lights
- Use headphones, but not wireless bluetooth headphones
- Environments with a lot of bluetooth devices may make the app disconnect