in the heat of the moment

Thermographic stills & video art (using infra-red thermal imaging) created with scientific instruments borrowed from climate change researchers. (2015-ongoing).
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Video art works in progress (2017- ) which explore new perspectives on the Anthropocene era, specifically anthropogenic global warming, sea level rise and climate engineering.
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Adam's artistic research & practice centres on a multi-screen form he calls the video polyptych with which he explores cognitive dissonances underlying our responses to climate change.  Building on his documentary background he is undertaking a PhD at the University of New South Wales' Faculty of Art & Design, exploring aesthetic visual representations of anthropogenic global warming.
You can read an interview with Adam at Climate Conversations (July 2016).

CV & Research Interests 

His previous gallery exhibitions include Roads to Nowhere (2012), part of the Head On Photo Festival, Vivid Sydney and Rocks Pop-Up; Raise | Retreat | Rise (2013, for the Re:Cinema exhibition in New York / ISEA Sydney) & Below the Line (World Expo, Milan, 2015). Adam’s single-channel artworks include Le Violoncelle (2003), METROpolis & Camel Roundabout (2012) and his AnthropoScenes (2017-). In the 2nd half of 2016 he was an artist in residence at La Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, and in 2017 at both Gallery Svalbard (Longyearbyen) & SÍM Reykjavík (Iceland).

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