Lorem Archive
About Flux

LOREM is an individual/multiple identity working across sound and media by exploring states of consciousness and emotional datasets through visceral narrative AV experiences. After several years of research in the field of Machine Learning for the arts, LOREM has begun to expand the boundaries of their research, developing a unique sonic and visual language, a product of the convergence of diverse approaches.

LOREM has collaborated with a wide range of artists and researchers, including: Danny Elfman, Blixa Bargeld (Einturzende Neubaten), MAEID Bureau, Acre, De Santis Shabara, Senyawa, Mario Klingemann, Silvia Costa, and others. LOREM’s work has been displayed in various institutional and festival contexts such as Ars Electronica, Biennale di Venezia, Opéra de Lille, London Design Biennale, Berlin Transmediale, NXT Museum Amsterdam, Sheffield International Documentary Festival, Museo Triennale di Milano, HEK Basel, Festival de la Imagen Colombia, and most recently at L.E.V. Matadero in Madrid, Montreal’s Elektra BIAN (Digital Arts Biennale) and KW Berlin’s ‘Poetics of Encryption’ symposium. LOREM is directed by Francesco D’Abbraccio - co-director of Krisis Publishing - an editorial and curatorial platform focusing on the impact of media culture on contemporary contexts.