Untold Garden is an experiential art and design studio creating art installations, virtual sculptures, interactive performances, artificial ecologies and experimental social networks.

Untold, as in too many to be counted, the algorithmic inimitability of virtual worlds, and the near-endless esthetic capabilities of brain-replicating machines, rendering any solidity of aesthetics useless. Untold, as well as in not narrated or told by us, as our projects speak through those who experience them, each artwork unique to everyone who partakes in it.

Garden, as in the continuously evolving dance of mutual dependency between humans and natures - in the plural. Natures that are today both physical and virtual, through the numerous entities facilitating, mediating and obfuscating the human existence online, new digital ecosystems teeming with life, a nascent flora of human-made but non-human agencies.

Our artworks very often border on tools, and some gain their own life as tools for other artists and non-artists to create with. We try to avoid any distinction between tool and object, platform and content and see every project as an opportunity to explore the blurring of these dichotomies.

We do both self-initiated and commissioned projects. We collaborate with engineers, scientists, artists, designers, architects, researchers and others. Our team consist of Max Čelar, Jakob Skote, Kamlaker Dev Singh and Michael Brewster, our frequent collaborators include Lundahl & Seitl, Sebastian, Dahlqvist, Paper Birds, Andrea Abbruzzese, Lovisa Karlsson and Petter Sjöstrand.

We're based in London and Stockholm and work across the globe.

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International House

12 Constance Street


E16 2DQ

United Kingdom

Past Exhibitions & Performances:

Garden of Ghost Flowers received the Award for Creative Technology (ACT) by STRP.

STRP wants to set up an open dialogue with the public, artists, designers, media makers and thinkers about the relationship between people, experimental technology, society and the future.​

Apparatus Ludens will be exhibited at Form/Design Center Malmö as a part of the traveling exhibition Ung Svensk Form 2021 (Young Swedish Design 2021.)​

Overkill Festival is a playful festival based in Enschede bringing gaming, interactive art, fiction and experiment together to question and celebrate our digital culture and its impact on our society. The chosen topic for 2021 is a common thread that links the different media and programs together, inviting participants and visitors to play and reflect together.​

  • KØS  - October 2021, Køge (Unknown Cloud)
    KØS Museum of Art in Public Spaces is dedicated to researching, promoting, and debating public art nationally and internationally. The museum exhibits, produces and promotes art projects by national and international artists, initiates research that boosts the field theoretically, and collects and registers the material and digital traces of public art projects to ensure they are accessible in the present and preserved for posterity.

Celsius Projects is a space for the development, presentation and enactment of contemporary art in a performative, edifying, playful and critically engaging way. This includes exhibitions, talks, workshops as well as providing invitations and commissions for artists to be able to work together to curate and create art with an awareness of community, nature and publics.

Skiljelinjer is currently part of the online exhibition Kiblix 2021 by ACE Kibla, an institution in the field of interdisciplinary, intermedia and multimedia art in Maribor, Slovenia. 

Skiljelinjer will be shown as a part of Ung Svensk Form 2021, first exhibited at Kulturhuset and then in 10 locations throughout Sweden until 2022. The visitors will be invited to co-create a virtual work departing from a brief that changes with each location, the result of which will be presented on 3 screens in the exhibition space.




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