Siouxzi Connor is a Sydney-born writer and artist based in Berlin. A former research fellow of the ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry, Siouxzi brings together experimental narrative work in literature and film, exploring ritual, tradition, ecology and female sexuality. She works for Little Sun, the solar energy project of Danish-Icelandic artist Studio Olafur Eliasson, and is an artist with Uferlos Studios.
Klaudia Monika Domurat is a sound artist, photographer and DJ born in Poland, based in Berlin. Klaudia uses sound design and music to create visionary environments and soundscapes. As co-founder and artist with Uferlos Studios, she also works with experimental video and installation.
At Mustarinda, Klaudia and Siouxzi are creating an aural-visual landscape for the multidisciplinary project ‘In the Dark, Dark Room’ (2017) which began with academic research at the ICI, evolved into the novel ‘Our Little Wooden House in the Forest’ and will soon be included as text and image extracts in ‘Little Houses, Big Forests (desire is no light thing)’, the anthology book to be published next year by Repeater Books.
Siouxzi and Klaudia will be happy to share the trailer for the project soon which will give a sense of the atmosphere and narrative. Follow them on https://uferlos.berlin or on Uferlos Studios for updates.