Tag Archives: Adam Linder

ADAM LINDER — THE WANT

Inspired by the Bernard-Marie Koltès play In the Solitude of Cotton Fields (1986), choreographer Adam Linder has created a new opera, THE WANT, with music by Ethan Braun and a libretto in co-operation with Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer.

The work premieres this week in Berlin, and will open in Hamburg in January. The cast of singers, actors, and dancers includes Jess Gadani, Justin F. Kennedy, Jasmine Orpilla, and Roger Sala Reyner.

THE WANT—Premiere

Thursday through Saturday, December 13, 14, and 15, at 8:30 pm.

Sunday, December 16, at 7 pm.

Hebbel am Ufer, HAU 2, Hallesches Ufer 32, Berlin.

 

THE WANT

Thursday through Saturday, January 10, 11, and 12, at 8 pm.

Kampnagel, K1, Jarrestrasse 20, Hamburg.

Adam Linder, The Want (2018). Photographs by Andrea Rossetti.

Images courtesy the artists and Hebbel am Ufer.

ADAM LINDER — FULL SERVICE

All-afternoon, five-day-a-week performances of all five of Adam Linder’s choreographic services have commenced at Wattis.

In February 2019, Linder brings FULL SERVICE to Mudam Luxembourg.

ADAM LINDER—FULL SERVICE

Through March 3.

Mudam Luxembourg

Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean

3 Park Dräi Eechelen, Luxembourg-Kirchberg.

Through September 29.

CCA Wattis Institute

360 Kansas Street, San Francisco.

Adam LinderFull Service, 2018, installation view, Wattis Institute, from top: Choreographic Service no. 2: Some Proximity (2014), performed by Josh Johnson and Justin F. KennedyChoreographic Service No. 5: Dare to Keep Kids Off Naturalism, 2017, performed by Leah Katz, Kennedy, Noha Ramadan, and Stephen Thompson (2); Choreographic Service No. 2: Some Proximity, performed by Enrico Ticconi and Adam Linder. Photographs © Allie Foraker. Brooke Stamp and Katz, photograph by Dustin Soriano. Images courtesy Adam Linder, the photographers, and the Wattis Institute.

ADAM LINDER AT LAXART

Adam Linder brings his performative lecture, WORKING / TALKING / SERVING / SWERVING—A BODIED DISCUSSION OF ADAM LINDER’S CHOREOGRAPHIC SERVICES 1 – 5 & A FOOTNOTE, to Laxart this week.

“One of modern art’s most salient characteristics is its ability to question itself. Given that this capacity for self-reflection was brokered over abstraction, does it also apply to dance?”*

ADAM LINDER—WORKING / TALKING / SERVING / SWERVING*

Friday, July 6, at 6 pm.

Laxart, 7000 Santa Monica Boulevard, Hollywood.

Adam Linder. Courtesy the artist.