Symphony of a Missing Room is a project by artist duo Lundahl & Seitl (Sweden/United Kingdom). Exhibited inside museums as well as being a temporal museum about itself, it reflects back on its own chain of discoveries. As a composite artwork it exists in virtual parallel to the physical spaces it inhabits.
Over the course of the performance, an audio recording played through headphones guides the visitors through the work and, at the same time, physically through the museum by a guide holding the hand.
Christer Lundahl and Martina Seitl formed Lundahl & Seitl in 2003 as an antidisciplinary artistic collaboration. Their projects examine the relationship between human consciousness and the technological development of our culture and are often created specifically for a place, a medium or a situation. Lundahl & Seitl has shown works around the world, including at Tate Britain, Whitechapel Gallery and Royal Academy of Arts in London, at Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin, Wooran Foundation, Seoul, and at Nationalmuseum, the Royal Dramatic Theatre and Magasin III in Stockholm.