Samin Son and Anna Luna gather together in loophole for a long durational performance, in the dark.
Samin Son(Seoul 1988), is a multimedia artist. Currently based in Berlin, he has previously lived in Korea and New Zealand. His works have been exhibited around Europe, Oceania, Asia and North America.
Since 2007, Samin Son works in a variety of fields, across various media and instruments, including live performance and sound, videos, paintings, installations, as well as DJing and productions; in experimental settings in exhibitions and shows.
Main themes and areas of interest include myths and ideas about (re)birth, (re)death, and cycles of life.
His work delves into ideas of (re)birth, (re)death and cycles of life. Furthermore, through also focussing on and using repetition and transformative processes, it explores symbolic aspects of life.
Anna Luna Holmberg is a dancer and choreographer, based in Berlin.
The last two years she has been working as a performer for Marina Abramovic in the exhibition “The Cleaner”.
Since 2015 she has been writing poems under the name of Stuck Dinosaur Longing for Stars.
Throughout all her work, Anna Luna Holmberg’s preoccupations have been the utilisation of various expressions: opposition, nothingness, the pause in between cycles of life and death, and the human relation to oneself. Through different media she is researching, experimenting and expressing these thoughts and atmospheres.