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"Malmborg's performance is outstanding, every hesitation, every gesture seems as if the memory spontaneously brings back feelings that are difficult to control. [...]
It is difficult to talk about the sophistication of the play - a paradox between a coherent linear narrative and its simultaneous impossibility - without giving too much away. To leave it at hints: the evening even knows how to pulverise the only supposed certainty that it is Malmborg whom one follows over 90 spellbound minutes." LVZ over SATAN
"Physics and Phantasma is an intellectual exercise perfectly fitted for the theatre, in which everything revolves, starts and ends with the relationship between fact and fiction, actuality and possibility."
Movement Exposed over Physics and Phantasma
"Once again Iggy Malmborg has managed to make a theatre piece that with minimal expressions produce maximal of impressions and content."
Norsk shakespearetidskrift on Iris, Pupil, Retina, etc.
About Iggy Malmborg
Iggy Malmborg is a theatre-maker and actor from Malmö, Sweden. Although he trained in traditional acting at the theatre school in Malmö, his work – both solo and in collaboration – spans a broad range of aesthetics and styles.
His major artistic interest is the use of performance as a model by means of which the discourse of the piece can be applied directly. Using minimalist strategies, he shines a light on the politics of theatre and explains this as a hierarchical machine with (unintentional) patterns of inclusion and exclusion. Over the years Iggy's work has gained international recognition and he has been praised for his ability to present a complex intellectual discourse concretely, with humour and warmth.
by and with Iggy Malmborg dramaturgy Johan Jönson light design Ulrich Ruchlinski choreography Sebastian Persson production manager Elisabeth Carmen Gmeiner production staff Agnes Stecher co-production Residenz Schauspiel Leipzig, Frascati Producties (Amsterdam) and BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen) in collaboration with Inkonst, Stamsund Theatre Festival and Reykjavík Dance Festival supported by Swedish arts grants commitee and Malmö City