Author ········· Edgar Allan Poe
Medium ········· Print
Published ······ July 1845
Language ······· English

Indigo Dance Magazine

With an open source and “peer to peer” structure, Indigo Dance entered the world, as a hawk that seeks for new practices, concepts, methods and formats in a sharing, supporting and analytical manner. We met, we exchanged and we wrot a lot of texts. The epic questions of the function, position and nature of discourse came up in many shapes. Guns for dances is the slogan fo our desire to build concepts strong as steel. Like weapons that no curator, critic nor art council can arm themselves from. Guns for dances, guns to make holes, hold up programmers, give to friends in need, force oneself to do otherwise and dramatize invented con icts.
We set out to write incompatible hills and waterfalls and write them into a landscape by exploring the potential of well-known styles and formats, expanding and reconsidering writing. By exploring new relations between practice and language in direct response to our time we aim to get a glimpse of the future.

The magazine is a documentation of Indigo Dance Festival #1 & #2, which took place in the summers 2014 and 2015 in Performing Arts Forum. The festivals were approached as an opportunity to experiment with the festival format and all its parts. This magazine is documentation, but doesn’t know what that entails, it wants to be available for many kinds of engagements and uses.; leisure reading, critical analysis, trend-forecast, fortune telling, erotica, gossip, vizual extravaganza, memorabilia, poetry anthology and the things we can’t yet imagine.

simply Indigo dance magazine; a collective writing for the future.

Immerse yourself and become more

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With contributions by: Alice Heyward, Alina popa, Amanda Betlehem, Louise Trueheart, Chloe Chignell, Svetlana Verbitskaja, Johannae Merke, Carima Neusser,Laura Ramirez, Ainhoa Hernandez, Emma Tolander, Mikko Hyvönen, Stav Yeini, Hanna Lee Erdman, Sandra Lolax, Josephine Kylén–Collins, Mårten Spångberg, Julie Menut, Adriano Wilfert Jensen, Linda Blomqvist

some excerpts of the magazine︎︎︎

2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles