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News From the Last of the International Hot Shots / Natten a revised refixed all new version will be presented at Hordaland Kunstcenter in the context of Borealis Festival. After being shown at the Tallinn Photomonth the sound based piece will be installed as a solo exhibition featuring two new series of paintings superimposed with video based works researching the internal capacity of reflection. The show opens on the 8 March and runs for three weeks.

News From Last International Hot Shots


The exhibition "After The Exhibition" at Hordaland Kunstcenter is still up with four large paintings leaning against the outside wall of the art centre.
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The paintings be shown at Material Art Fair in Mexico City 8 - 12 February.

Georg Döcker wrote a beautiful piece on
Gerhard Richter, une pièce pour le théâtre full of spot on reflections and some that we had no idea about. click a bit

Gerhard Richter, une pièce pour le théâtre will premiere at Kunstenfestivaldesarts in Brussels 11 May. Nine amazing dancers dancing gently, this time in companionship with spoken dialogues. Sounds rather horrible but it isn't.
With this production Mårten Spångberg returns to a classical theatre frame where a landscape devoted to loss and mourning unfold.

NATTEN, the series will also be presented in the festival 26 and 27 May at Villa Empain. This time with a new set and some really long dances.

Digital Technology was after being presented at MDT in December shown in Oslo International Theatre Festival in March.

The Internet is going on very pleasantly slow.

See at Dansehallarna 30-31 March.

The Planet (late at night) was commissioned by The Henry Art Gallery in Seattle for the exhibition Six Weeks In Time (26 March - 8 May) curated by Nina Bozicnik and Emily Zimmerman. The piece is an installed set and a dance for four female dancers.
With: Madison Bristol, Tzu-Nu (Jessica) Huang, Wei Mei (Dolly) Huang, and Sofi Rossil. The dance performance was realised with the assistance of Nikima Jagudajev.

And a sweet text on The Internet by Andrew a bit

Interview with Mårten Spångberg for check it out and click a bit