Enchanted Lands is a project of the Prague based artist Barbora Polcerová. She sketches a world of plant life, wind harps and crystalline pads. Sounds that do not correspond to any known reality – yet they offer us an instant immersion. Wim Dehaen is a chemical researcher, cross-disciplinary artist and curator born in Belgium and based in Prague. He is a co-founder of the Genot Centre, a cassette label on which Enchanted Lands‘ released her acclaimed debut album Feed Goals in 2017. In Lunchmeat Festival, the duo will present an AV live show titled Carved Mesh Valley. A sandbox environment is built with photogrammetric imprints of sculpture. Navigating through this environment, we listen to objects themselves, an unpremeditated historical trace made sonorous.