Rhetorical Bodies - Paula Strunden

Rhetorical Bodies - Paula Strunden

Rhetorical Bodies - Paula Strunden

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'Rhetorical Bodies' is a collaborative extended reality (XR) installation by Paula Strunden. It virtually connects two dancing bodies, translating their movements into sounds and transforming their physical forms into interactive embodied synthesizers. Through this immersive XR experience, you can explore the impact of seeing, touching, and moving your own material body in virtual reality. Rhetorical Bodies invites you to challenge the limits of bodily boundaries, navigate the fluidity of identity, and begin to delve into the realm of your virtual selves.

Experience 'Rhetorical Bodies' from July 8th until August 26th, Wednesday through Saturday 2.00pm - 5.00pm. For the experience, it is important to book a time slot via the link below. It is a collaborative installation, so we recommend you come with another person. In that case, book two spots for one time slot. On July 7th, there will be a performance by choreographer Tu Hoang in the 'Rhetorical Bodies' space.

Book your time slot here.


‘Rhetorical Bodies’ is part of Paula Strunden’s PhD, supervised by Angelika Schnell at the , as part of the project ‘Communities of Tacit Knowledge (TACK): Architecture and its Ways of Knowing’, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 860413.

More information here.