Adrien Sina

Adrien Sina is architect, artist, curator, dance & performance art historian. He has curated cross-disciplinary exhibitions involving architecture, performance & new media: ‘Fugitive Fluctuations’, 1995-96, ‘Tragédies Charnelles’ and ‘Immanences Spatiales’, Crayères of the Château de Pommery, 2000; ‘Feminine FuturesPerforma Biennial, New York, 2009; ‘Feminine Futures’, Le Consortium Contemporary Art Centre, Dijon, 2014; ‘Feminine Futures: The Membrane of the Dream I & II’, Museum Langmatt, Switzerland, 2015. Through curatorial advice and theoretical essays he has contributed to ‘Art, Lies and Videotape: Exposing Performance’, Tate Liverpool, 2003; ‘Traces du sacré’ and ‘Danser sa vie’, Centre Pompidou, 2008/2011; ‘Futurism’, Tate Modern, 2009; ‘Inventing Abstraction’, Museum of Modern ArtNew York, 2013; ‘The Great Mother’, Palazzo Reale, Milan, 2015; ‘Elles font l’Abstraction’, Centre Pompidou & ‘Women in Abstraction’, Guggenheim Bilbao, 2021-2022, ‘The Milk of Dreams’, La Biennale di Venezia, 2022. He was Thinker in Residence at London’s Live Art Development Agency, advisor for ‘PSi #12, Performing Rights Festivals’, 2005-08. Solo exhibitions: ‘Archaeology of Desire – A history of medical gaze and flesh’, t1+2 artspace, 2005 & Richard Rogers’ NEO Bankside Pavilion, London, 2012-2013. ‘Democracy Pavilion’, Open City Festival, Lublin, 2019. He published ‘Feminine Futures: Performance, Dance, War, Politics & Eroticism’ in 2011 & ‘Feminine Futures: Expression / Abstraction – The Membrane of Dreams. Avant-garde expressive & abstract dance through photography & experimental film’, 2023.

In residency

Apr 2011

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