Crowd-centered choreography workshop
Ready to dance!
Södergatan Slowfox instructions: Walk between Stortorget and Gustav Adolfs Torg - a promenade that usually takes five minutes - in exactly 30 minutes; don't talk to anyone"
Preparing the choreography
These papery Executables was the only way to communicate the choreography to the dancers in the streets
A timeless classic: marching up and down the street
A human tunnel on the bridge
"We're not blocking the traffic - we are the traffic"
The workshop's dedicated Xerox machine never really recovered after producing thousands of ballet-executables
More is more
Urban balloon ballerinas
One of the choreographies instigated a cacophonic cell-phone concert
One of 120 squeaking phones
A massive air-raid made out of its own instruction
Ten dozen dancers running wild in the streets of Malmö
This is a page of many that describe the endlessly interesting adventures of Erik Sandelin and Magnus Torstensson aka UNSWORN
This particular page introduces a workshop (partly inspired by a cold-war era horror story by Clive Barker) where a large number of students use each other as design material in unpredictable urban choreographies