Adam Linder: Some proximity
Adam Linder, Choreographic Service No.2, Some Proximity (2014). Two dancers and a writer, duration variable. Photography by Polly Braden. Courtesy of Polly Braden/Frieze.
During the final weekend of Andrzej Wróblewski’s exhibition “Recto/Verso: 1948–1949, 1956–1957”, we invite you to Some Proximity, the second Choreographic Service in a series by Adam Linder who will problematize institutional and economic aspects of performance.
An art writer and two dancers have been hired to transform critical reflections of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw into choreographic embodiment. The Choreographic Service model marries the economic and real time necessities for choreography to be ''at work'' and publicly effective.
The performers were contracted for their Choreographic Services from 5 pm until 8 pm.