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SNAPPING, COMPUTING and PERFORMING (1981)

PHOTOGRAPHY  /  CREDITS  /  PRESS

© Anette Urban© Anette Urban
  

 

CREDITS

Directed by Michael Laub
Videos Smile, Maniac Productions, 1975; Snapping, M. Laub Productions, 1980, Kordis/Laub Assistants Toon Illegens and Nicklas Krantz
Photography Annette Urbach
Graphics Marinka Kordis
Sound Laub/Maniac Productions
Technical assistance Isaac/Henry Andersson
Assistant director and data programming Juan Dern
Production assistant Ilmar Taska
Performers Rebecka Englund, Jarmo Huusko, Michael Laub, Marinka Kordis, Lili Maas, Margareta Pettersson, Kalle Söderquist, Ilmar Taska, Gun Öhman

Produced by Kulturhuset (Stockholm)

PRESS

Zakorka Zivkovic, Dagens Nyheter, Stockholm, 08.11.1981
(...) and it is good because pure extremism, such as this, will at a certain point negate itself. What is serious will then become comical and what is meant to be a hellish contrast will then lie quite close by its counterpart. This insight into the relativity of things and the self-annihilation of the hard structure is one of the highpoints of the performance. (...) In recent years there has been talk of popular culture being integrated into serious, experimental art. (...) Rock music culture, especially, has a vitality often lacking in serious art. The fact that the combination of these two can be highly successful has been clearly proven by Remote Control Productions.