Cropped screenshot from an iPhone with a message coming in saying 'hey'

Phyllis Seeger

Linn Phyllis Seeger is a cloud-based artist and PhD Candidate at the Royal College of Art in London. Deploying an iPhone-based art practice, Seeger’s work explores online spaces of mourning and intimacy that circulate between the password-protected private space of the phone and the metaphorical topology of the cloud as public counter space.

Selected as Foam Talent 2022, other recent engagements include an invitation to COP26 as part of the Terra Carta Design Lab Award, and the participation in the Venice Architecture Biennale 2021. Seeger‘s work has been exhibited and screened at FOAM Amsterdam, ICA London, Biennale Architettura di Venezia, Kuenstlerhaus Wien, and others. Linn Phyllis Seeger‘s two artist books, ‘You I Everything Else’ (2020) and ‘0N0E’ (2022), were published by Skinnerboox. Since October 2021, she is an Associate Lecturer at the Royal College of Art.

Screenshot from an iPhone
from the series 0N0E
Screenshot from an iPhone, photo of phone data and photo of a blue plastic bag on the street with messages coming in at the top of the screen
from the series 0N0E
Screenshot from Instagram with a duck in the water and a zoomed-in image of an eye
from the series 0N0E
0N0E © Linn Phyllis Seeger, courtesy of the artist
Linn Phyllis Seeger in conversation with Erin McFadyen in Foam Magazine #61: Talent

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