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Mårten Spångberg (SE)

Digital Technology

12. mars –14. mars 2017

Kunstnernes Hus, Wergelandsveien 17 12.03.2017 17:00

Kunstnernes Hus, Wergelandsveien 17 13.03.2017 17:00

Kunstnernes Hus, Wergelandsveien 17 14.03.2017 17:00

1 h. 30 min.

I don’t want to know what this thing is all about. 

A little trip that I do with the audience. Together we can perhaps figure out what’s between the lines and move on in small dances, a bunch of objects that animate themselves in companionship with me. It’s a little like talking about a book that we all read but really long ago and remember different things and now they are played again, in front of us but more inside and there is also a quite slow film. A film – like the piece – that’s there more like the television left on without sound. I like television sets that sit there without anyone looking. I imagine that that’s the time when the TV really enjoys itself, appreciating the images and sequences for what they are and not what they show. I have a friend whose name is Juan Dominguez. It’s a name with really nice flow and in the end we eat ice cream together without speaking too much. That’s so sweet, to enjoy something really good and in silence. If you wait for a while, it is possible to just show up. Mårten Spångberg

 

 

 

 

Mårten Spångberg is a choreographer living and working in Stockholm. His interests concern choreography in an expanded field, something that he has approached through experimental practices and creative processes in a multiplicity of formats and expressions. Recent large-scale works include Natten and La Substance, but in English, both of which have been shown at Black Box teater and have toured internationally to rave reviews.
As of January 2017 Mårten Spångberg is an associated artist at Black Box teater for a period of two years.

With and by: Mårten Spångberg . With a film by: James Benning. Supported by: The Swedish Art Council, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee. Co-produced by: MDT Stockholm, PAF.

 

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