Adam Linder

Adam Linder lives and works in Los Angeles and Berlin. He is a dancer and choreographer who develops works for theatre spaces and offers ‘choreographic services’, which are predominantly shown in museum and gallery context. In 2016 he took part in the Made in LA Biennale at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, where he was the recipient of the Mohn Award. His most recent solo and double exhibitions took place in the South London Gallery, London (2018), the Serralves Museum, Porto (2018) and the Kunsthalle Basel (2017). His works have also been commissioned and presented by the HAU Hebbel amd Ufer in Berlin, Kampnagel Hamburg, American Realness in New York and Frieze LIVE in London. Linder has previously worked as a performer for the Michael Clark Dance Company, for Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods and the Royal Ballet in London.

Adam Linder: Service No. 5: Dare to Keep Kids Off Naturalism

German premiere | 24.–26.8. | Capitain Petzel