Using performance, video, sound, and emerging technologies, seah problematizes the boundaries between the body, nature, and technology to explore new posthuman articulations of landscape. seah has developed relational movement languages evolved from decades long research in Butoh, Body Weather Laboratory, Noguchi Taiso, Somatic Movement, and immersion in remote wilderness locales. Utilizing this honed somatic sensitivity, seah's current investigation employ multiple cameras and contact mics worn on the body while physically interacting with the immediate environment. Artistic examinations have crisscrossed the globe and include Lake St. Clair, the Detroit River, San Francisco's Bay, and Marin Headlands in the USA; the Chiang Mai wilderness in Thailand; Saas-Fee, Switzerland; Venice, Italy; and the Finnish Archipelago.
For the second half of 2018, seah will be tracing a river as it flows northward through the city of Oulu and into the Baltic Sea. During these 6 months, seah's focus will be capturing the ebb and flow of rhythms, while ruminating on Henri LeFebvre's Rhythmanalysis, as the landscape shifts from the "land of the midnight sun" to the darkest depths of Arctic winter.
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