Madeline Hollander is a careful observer of everyday gestures, not just in the way that people move, but the way that everything does, from vibrating molecules to street traffic. Her choreography draws its kinetic vocabulary from many sources, from nonhuman and human systems and actors. Some drawings feature movement sequences and Hollander’s choreographic notation, while others illustrate research and field work for gallery and museum exhibitions. Madeline Hollander (b. 1986, Los Angeles) has exhibited at The Aldrich Museum, Conneticut (2020); the Whitney Biennial curated by Rujeko Hockley and Jane Panetta (2019); Centre Pompidou Metz, France (2019); Helsinki Contemporary, Finland (2019); The Artist’s Institute, New York (2018), and the Work Marathon Festival at the Serpentine Galleries in London (2018). As a choreographer, Hollander has collaborated with Jordan Peele on his feature film Us (2019) and Urs Fisher’s immersive installation PLAY at Gagosian, New York (2019) and Jeffrey Deitch, Los Angeles, CA (2019). She recently choreographed her first ballet, 5 Live Calibrations, for Los Angeles Dance Project in Los Angeles, that premiered at the Theatre Champs-Elysees, Paris, and the Louvre, Abu Dhabi. Upcoming projects include exhibitions and performances at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; The Shed, New York; and The Visual Arts Center, University of Texas at Austin.
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