Previously at the ICA - Events
11 Sep 2015
Choreographer and dancer Adam Linder discusses his practice and new commission Some Riding with ICA Associate Curator Steven Cairns. Linder’s Choreographic Services (2013-ongoing) are a series of works, hired on a per-hour basis, that underwrite real-time and economic principles of choreographic activity.
Adam Linder (b. 1983) lives and works in Berlin. Recent Stage Works include Vexed Vista, premiered at Les Subsistances, Lyon (2015); Parade, premiered at HAU 3, Berlin (2013); and Cult to the Built on What, premiered at Kampnagel Hamburg (2013). Recent Choreographic Services include No.2: Some Proximity, Frieze Art Fair, London, subsequently hired by Museum Sztuki Warsaw (2015) and MoCA Los Angeles (2015); and Some Cleaning, Choreographic Service No. 1, featured in the group show Effi B, Silberkuppe, Berlin (2014), subsequently hired by Museum of Arts and Design, New York (2014); Kunsthalle Basel (2014); CCA Wattis, San Francisco (2015); and The Lulennial: A Slight Gestuary, Lulu, Mexico City (2015). The film Parade, an adaptation of Linder's stage work directed by Shahryar Nashat premiered at The Berlin Biennale (2014); further screened at ICA, London (2014) and The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2014).