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 apply to dance? That question underscores all of dancer/choreographer Adam Linder’s performances whose location is decidedly that of the museum/gallery. Linder is best know for his choreographic services, works which pointedly ask what kind of labor is dance. Linder will premier a new work in the form of a performative lecture. Linder has exhibited throughout Europe, the U.S. and his native Australia. He is the recipient of the Hammer Museum’s 2016 Mohn Prize.
All events are first come, first serve until we reach capacity. We recommend an early arrival and ride share when possible.
This project is supported in part through a grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts.