Iggy Malmborg (Malmö)


24.10. 6.00 pm - 7.20 pm

25.10. 5.00 pm - 6.20 pm

i-camp | Neues Theater München


Entrance € 12 | Reduced € 7


An artist talk will be held after the show on October 25 at i-camp | Neues Theater München.


In English

Blushing, crying, an erection on command? BONER assumes that one can only first completely comprehend a situation sociologically when one doesn't just examine the human behavior, but also factors in the objects that made the situation possible and helped to create it in the first place. As objects cannot express themselves very well, this performance helps them. Speakers, fire extinguishers, and fans report on their functions and properties that give them their value. In the performance situation they become doers on the same level as Iggy Malmborg. Or will the artist be degraded here to an article of daily use? Who normally operates whom? The human the object? Or the object the human?
In his solo performance, Iggy Malmborg inquires about the autonomy of the subject – and inquires about what human actions and desires mean.


By and with Iggy Malmborg Technical and dramaturgic support Maike Lond


Iggy Malmborg (b. 1987) is a freelance actor and performance artist. From 2006 - 2010 he had a classical acting training at the Teaterhögskolan i Malmö. Malmborg's pieces move between different styles and include solo works as well as collaborations. In recent years Malmborg has primarily worked together with Johannes Schmit (Germany). The duo WHITE ON WHITE has been working since 2009 on a series of performances, which span six pieces. The goal of the series is to analyze the concealed methods of inclusion and exclusion that are effective in art spaces.


Production and realization
Production Kanuti Gildi SAAL. In collaboration with the Baltic Circle Festival (Helsinki) and Inkonst (Malmö). Supported by Cultural Endowment of Estonia. Residency supported by the Nordic and Baltic mobility programme. Thanks to Inter Arts Center Malmö, Lucie Tumova, Olev Poolamets, Hendrik Kaljujärv, Taavet Jansen and the world of online nerd forums