Impressive, strange, a puzzle you want to solve, a social order changing before your eyes.
Fleeting, mysterious and wholly alive.
With finely honed dancing and a score by Chris Garneau, “Monument” shuttles eerily between the present and a rarely seen past.
With strong performances, Mr. Weinert and Ms. Kruger made a case for more than historical interest.
Weinert offers as a contemporary equivalent the convergence..., of the here and now and the placeless and the ghostly.
Weinert has the utmost respect for tradition, but is unafraid to experiment with novel ways to share his work.
I respect this on a lot of levels, but I also think it’s the most hilarious thing in the world.
I was totally fascinated, both by the ingenuity of Weinert’s rebellion and the larger context in which it fits.
Performance-based artist Adam H. Weinert is truly pushing the limits of the medium.
Now choreography isn't something you can so easily show off in a museum environment. But Weinert has found a way to make it work.