choreography

 Meg Stuart performing  Blanket Lady  at ZKM Karlsruhe (2012) © Pietro Pellini

Meg Stuart performing Blanket Lady at ZKM Karlsruhe (2012), © Pietro Pellini

An interview with dance and choreography artist Meg Stuart who is receiving a Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement Award during the Venice Biennale Danza 2018. By Astrid Kaminski

 Adam Linder Service No. 5: Dare to Keep Kids Off Naturalism , Kunsthalle Basel, 2017. Performers: Leah Katz, Justin F. Kennedy, Noha Ramadan, Stephen Thompson. Photo: Nicolas Gysin / Kunsthalle Basel 

Choreographer and dancer Adam Linder talks to artist Uri Aran about why he dislikes the fetish for realism and the amateur in contemporary performance art

 Remote, 1997 Photo: Daniel Rest

Remote, 1997

Photo: Daniel Rest

For the past twenty years American dancer and choreographer Meg Stuart has brought her vivid and fractured impressions of subjectivity and narrative to the theatrical stage. Restlessly prolific, she has collaborated with numerous artists, designers, musicians and performers to evolve a singular dance language of intense emotional charge. Adam Lindner talks to her about resistance, collaboration and the importance of images.