Darri Lorenzen (b. 1978) creates architectural installations and interventions based upon his preoccupation with location and dislocation, orientation and reorientation. His work demands active participation on behalf of the viewer, who becomes less of a viewer per se but rather a vital part of the artwork. Often incorporating elements such as sound and video—usually recorded in the same space as the installations themselves—Darri’s work is thus not only site-specific but creates sites anew. Darri, who has studied at Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee and Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, lives and works in Berlin.