In ‘The Internet’ Mårten Spångberg pushes the boundaries of dance performance. The piece is a balancing act between theatre and museum: music, dance and sculptures intertwined. The performance lasts for 4 hours and invites the audience to walk around, look, interact and even leave and come back a little while later.
The title is a metaphor for a monumental but intangible structure with no beginning and no end. The piece explores the influence of digital communication on choreography: social networks, health apps, games, dating tools … are used to generate dance, rhythms and moods. The performance offers a singular look on the social environment in which we live.