‘LOMEG_ROM : voodles on CONTIGUITY’ is an experimental workspace/playground for investigations in the morphology of body and space. The Law of Contiguity (Edwin R. Guthrie, 1886-1959): ‘When two ideas or psychologically perceived events have once occurred in close association, they are likely to occur in close association again, the subsequent occurrence of one tending to elicit the other’, is the inspiration for LOMEG_ROM’s unpretentious visual outbursts or simple video registrations.
LOMEG_ROM is a collaboration between ‘moi’ (the female) and ‘b.k.’ (the male) – both filmmakers and architects sharing the same enthusiasm and interest for perturbative spaces and moving mass, ...or what else life brings on.
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The VOODLE term was coined under a daydream workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark, 23. – 25. February 2007. Read here the first description of the voodle – watch here, here, here and here the first ever made voodles - and search here and here for more voodle-theory and voodle-ontology.