Horace Lundd’s research is rooted in sensory experience, consciousness and elevation. It explores the space of the in-between, of traverse, of transmission, of perception, of embodiment and generally unfolds in the form of installations composed of different mediums. Queer and anti-colonial theories hold a central place in their research.
I regularly collaborate with artists, musicians, composers, directors on stage, scientists, anthropologists, local communities (…) evolving in a trans-disciplinary and trans-territorial universe.
My approach is willingly turned towards the spiritual and opens to the promise of an elsewhere, making new possibilities appear.
Recently, I co-directed, with artist Julie Beauvais, ORLANDO coproduced by La Bâtie-Festival de Genève (CH), performed in, among other, at Operadagen- Festival de nouvelles formes opératiques in Rotterdam (NL), MITsp- Mostra Internacional de Teatro de São Paulo (BR), the European biennial Manifesta13 in Marseille (FR), FIBA- Festival Internacional de Buenos Aires (AR), the Santiago a Mil Festival (CL) and in India in Karnataka, Kerala and Manipur (IN).
In 2021, I launched ALTER- Altitude Laboratory I Transition Experiments I Research, residency program for artists and researchers in Val d’Anniviers.