July 26, 2014: Adam's first collaboration with directors Gintare Minelgaite (Lithuania) and Baboo Liao (Taiwan) will premiere at the 21st Annual Watermill Center Annual Summer Benefit One Thousand Nights and One Night. Adam will also be premiering two new sound installations: a site specific work titled If Thou Return, We Return in the grasses at the entrance of the property and A Place to Come and Escape from the Earth which will be presented in the Africa House designed by Robert Wilson.
July 14-August 16, 2014: Adam will be returning to the Watermill Center this summer as a participant in the Watermill International Summer Program. Directed by avant-garde theater director and designer Robert Wilson, the annual summer program engages between 60 and 100 artist from over 30 counties each summer. Participants work together to create art installations, contribute to development workshops for projects spearheaded by Robert Wilson and his collaborators, and interact with some of the leading artist today in what Wilson describes as "a laboratory for performance." To learn more about the Watermill Center and the International Summer Program, please see the Watermill Center website.
July 2-4, 2014 : RHINOCEROS, a new stage work by avant-garde director and designer Robert Wilson, will premiere at the Teatrul National "Marin Sorescu" in Craiova, Romania. Adam's music will be featured in the production along with lighting design by AJ Weissbard, costumes by Jacques Reynaud, dramaturgy by Konrad Kuhn, and video projections by Tomek Jeziorski.
19:00 GMT+2 Teatrul National "Marin Sorecsu," Craiova, Romania
June 20, 2014: Adam was named a recipient of a 2014-2015 Business Development Grant supported by the City of Hartford Business Development Grants for Artists Program, Pedro E. Segarra, Mayor with funding from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program allocated to the City of Hartford.
June 15, 2014: Monsters of Grace II, the first radio drama by avant-garde theater director Robert Wilson, will be presented in its first official broadcast during the Hörspiel am Sonntag show on SWR2. The production features music by Adam and London-based composer Dom Bouffard and texts read by Isabelle Huppert, Isabella Rossellini, Lady GaGa, and others. The work was developed during Adam's residence at the Watermill Center during the 2013 International Summer Program. For more information, please see SWR's 2014 edition of Hörspiel.
18:20 GMT+1 (12:20 PM EST) Südwestrundfunk (SWR2), Germany
June 2, 2014: Adam's work I Looked at the Pieces and Still I Wonder Why will be presented during the 2014 New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF) in Manhattan.
1:30 PM EST and 10:30 PM EST The Underground Theater, Abrons Arts Center, New York City, NY
May 17, 2014: Adam's work Starless Night will be featured as the soundtrack for a performance installation titled My Favorite Food by theater designer and performance artist Yao Zhang during the AUTOMATA 10th Anniversary Benefit. My Favorite Food was first presented during the 20th Anniversary Watermill Summer Benefit where Adam and Yao were in residency during the summer of 2013.
7:00 PM PST AUTOMATA Arts, Los Angeles, CA
April 30, 2014: Icelandic violinist Geirþrúður Ása Guðjónsdóttir will present Sloth for violin, fixed-media, and video projection at the University of Hartford’s 2014 Graduate Research and Creativity Symposium.
5:00 PM in the Rotunda of the Harry Jack Gray Center, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT
April 29, 2014: Adam's work I Looked at the Pieces and Still I Wonder Why will be presented at the Public Works concert at the University of Hartford.
8:00 PM MEDIABOX Theater, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT
April 21-26, 2014: In conjunction with the Hartford New Music Festival, Adam will have work presented in a group audiovisual installation titled 'Natural Tendencies' in the Charter Oak Cultural Center's Main Gallery. The interactive installation will feature audio and video works ranging from 10 seconds to 10 minutes by audio and video artists from New England.
Daily from 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM EST Main Gallery, Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT