Engaging research, installation, video and performance, VOID questions the human condition and the individual experience of the contemporary world. Their work addresses issues relating to body, space, and time, and focuses on the different perspectives of the physical, the real, the virtual, the somatic and the conceptual within today’s spatial narratives.
VOID’s interest is placed on the interrelation between embodiment and space and, lately, extends into a focus on the intertwining of other intelligences and organisms with our no longer wholly human lives. Performative processes and spatial protocols reflect VOID’s enquiry on the material and immaterial syntaxes that shape both our culture and our subjectivity.
Situated within the contemporary art debate, VOID interrogates notions of materiality, duration and process and navigates through human practices. VOID’s projects aim to open up new forms of representation, nurture new ways of participation and suggest new interplays between the artwork and its audience.
VOID is the name of the artistic duo Virna Koutla & Irene Fiordilino. Through an interdisciplinary approach towards architecture and choreography, VOID explores the concept of space in both its intensive and extensive qualities, and looks into the dynamics of its embodiment.
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