Richard Julin, Artistic Director
Stefan Nordlund, Professor, Interim Director
Margaretha Rossholm Lagerlöf, Professor Emeritus, Senior Advisor
Katarina Renman Claesson, Lawyer
Catharina Engström Jäderberg, Administrator
Anette Gärdeklint Sylla, Communications Officer
External Relations and Communications Office
The exhibition with Vice-Chancellor’s Portrait has been developed in collaboration with Joakim Norrby, assistant curator of the Stockholm University art collection. Special thank’s to Camilla Hjelm, curator and art director for the Stockholm University art collections.
‘Unknown Cloud on Its Way to Stockholm University’
Stockholms universitets campus 20-22, 28 sep samt 5 oktober, 2017
Simultaneously: Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Lundahl & Seitl (2015–) Unknown Cloud.
Dimensions: Geoposition / Geofence Variable
Application for iOS and Android developed by Nagoon (SE)
Dramaturge: Rachel Alexander (UK)
Video production: Joakim Olsson (SE)
Innovation Anthropologist: Erika Tanos (Curiosityshop).
Associate researcher: Ronald Jones (RCA, London) Markus Bohm (SE)
Community Director: Anna J Ljungmark (House of Real.dk)
Website: Development: Troels Ljung (workingimage.dk).
Website: Design: Nandi Nobell (SE)
Sound – Planetery Compostions: Jan Carleklev (SE)
Co Writer: Alex Bäckström (SE)
Project Manager: Emma Ward (UK)
Student guides: Alen Ksoll, Edit Ildikó Fándly, Lucie Ginette Claudie Gottlieb, Niki Kralli Anell
Unknown Cloud is supported by:
Kulturrådet / The Swedish Arts Council
Iaspis – The Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists.
Postkodslotteriets Kulturstiftelse / The Culture Foundation
Berliner Festspiele – Immersion
Thanks to: DS Teron and Sabin Rongpipi, Cloud Ambassadors in Karbi Anglong.
And thanks to: Marialaura Ghidini, Umesh Kumar and The National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) and Institute of Arts, Design and Technology (SRISHTI) & Cloud Ambassadors in Bangalore.
The artwork has been developed from a degree project at Stockholm University’s curator education, “The Time of No Time” by Hanna Wörman & Kirsten Hinder in collaboration with the artists, presented at SU in May 2013.
An Elegy to the Medium of Film
Conceived in homage to the work by the great filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky and to everyone who continues to be receptive in life and art.
Unseen guides, voice instructions, wireless sound technology, headsets, 3D projector and show controller: AV player controlling synchronization of: film, light dimmer, fresnel spotlights, electrical fan and a projector shutter.
Video production: Tony Ahola / VideoMaskinen
Sound technology: Jan Carleklev
Sound archive: David Östberg
Rehearsal director: Pia Nordin
Collaborators: Sara Lindström
Student collaborators: Alen Ksoll, Elena Claudia Jarl, Iliane Kiefer, Lucie Ginette Claudie Gottlieb, Neuza Carina Fragoso Teixeira de Faria
Film material from Solaris, courtesy Andrei Tarkovsky, Mos Film 1972
Audio material from Secrets from Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks, courtesy Lauzirika 2007
The Project was originally developed with steirischer herbst festival (Graz) co-produced by the EU-Consortium NXSTP.
Thanks to Weld (research space), Bio Rio Stockholm, Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, Royal Academy of Arts London, Joakim Olsson (video consultation), Nikolai Petef Sennheiser (consultation and research), Emma Ward (coordination)
An Elegy to the Medium of Film are supported by Sennheiser Nordic
Lundahl & Seitl are supported by Kulturrådet Sweden