An essay by Mårten Spångberg

“This book is a performance. It was put together over sixty-four days as a sort of rehearsal, during which every day resulted in a showing [forbid them] in the shape of a blog-post. It’s material, form and content is the result of a daily practice, aiming at two minor issues – to change the world [permanently], and second to find a way out of our present predicament [FFW apocalypse] concerning dance and choreography but also capitalism in general [why be modest]. It’s one hundred and something pages of hysterical accusations, oversized banalities, slamming of already open doors, over the top categorical statements, unmotivated mood-swings, cheese making and paranoid [in the good sense of the word] arrogance.”

Spangbergianism, Mårten Spångberg 2011
published in collaboration with Impulstanz, Vienna; Performing Arts Forum, St. Erme; XING, Bologna; Steirischer Herbst, Graz; MDT, Stockholm; Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, Paris; Kunstsammlung; Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dusseldorf; iDANS, Istanbul; Kondenz, Belgrade; LocoMotion, Skopje; In-Presentable, Casa Encendida, Madrid; DOCH, Stockholm; The Bureau, New York.
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