Mårten Spångberg: Study Lab
— Public Programme

Tuesday, 31 May 2016, 10:00am - 5pm
Sadler’s Wells, Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4TN

Choreographer and Dance Art Foundation Artistic Director Joe Moran teams up with Block Universe festival to invite Swedish choreographer Mårten Spångberg to London to lead a free one-day Study Lab at Sadler’s Wells Theatre. Mårten Spångberg will also present the UK première of The Internet at the ICA for Block Universe 2016 on Wednesday June 1st in partnership with Dance Art Foundation.

This informal one-day event offers an immersive encounter with the philosophical concerns and complex thinking of Mårten Spångberg’s distinctive and provocative choreographic approach. The Lab will include both dialogue and practice, and forms part of the final event series of Joe Moran/Dance Art Foundation’s two-year research Why Everyone One Wants What We’ve Got focused on the critical acumen of dance.

Image credit: Arron Leppard

Mårten Spångberg is a Danish artist who lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden. He has been active on stage as performer since 1994 and has choreographed his own solo shows and larger scale pieces, which have toured internationally since 1999. His solo work Powered by Emotion has become a modern classic. In 2002 Spångberg choreographed Break, Intermission, Before and After for the Frankfurt Ballet. His last work, La Substance, but in English (2014), was a commission by MoMA PS1, New York, and toured through international venues including Moderna Museet, Stockholm.