Spring Clean is Marabouparken’s annual event weekend where we open up the doors of the Konsthall for a series of performances, workshops and film screenings. Spring Clean is a platform to share works with others through different formats from intimate listening sessions to solo presentations of performances in process. The programme focuses on the collective experience of the live event, creating a diverse programme of dialogues and debates you can be part of. 

All welcome! Free admission!

Friday 20th April 4.30pm–10pm:

4.30–5.30pm A Little Cheaper, A Little Worse, by students on the Political Performing Arts course at Långholmens Folkhögskola

6–10pm Marabou Jam Dance Battle, Open Mic and DJ set in collaboration with Aggregat

Saturday 21st April 12noon–midnight

1–2pm Yoga with Friskis & Svettis

1–2.30pm Monsterklubben Surprise [children’s workshop]

2.30–3.30pm Human Population, Interactive performance/guided city tour with Lisa Torell (in Swedish)

3.30–6pm Workshop with Marie-Louise Richards (in English)

6pm Good Mourning – Launch of a new solo exhibition by Stockholm-based artist Susanna Jablonski. Inconversation with Susanna Jablonski and curator Sander Hintzen

6.30–7pm Presentation of Marabouparken’s new Guest Room with AND Publishing

7–9pm Spring Clean Open Call performances

9pm–midnight DJ & drinks

We will be open until midnight as part of Stockholm Culture Night!

Sunday 22nd April 12noon–9pm

10am-3.30pm IntraGalactic arts collective Performance Lab

2–3pm Guided tour of the sculpture park with pedagogue Fredrik Bergström

3–4pm Human Population, Interactive performance/guided city tour with Lisa Torell (in English)

4–6pm Gender of Sound, Susanna Jablonski and Cara Tolmie presenting listening sets with Pedram Nasouri and Ellen Söderhult

6.30–8pm Fylkingen at Spring Clean, curated by Sarah Kim: Leo Correia de Verdier and Marie Gavois and Michel Klöfkorn

8–9pm Closing drinks

We would like to thank all of those who applied to the Spring Clean Open Call. 

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