Adam Brown’s photography encompasses both spatial and peripheral viewpoints where the background becomes the subject. His work captures the subtle motion of nature, stirring memories to the surface and connecting to the unconscious mind of the viewer. The images playfully trick the mind into a game where perceived facts and poetic invention collide. For the viewer it becomes tangible that the place of perception is not just our eyes but our mind as well, which takes fragments from the world and constructs fictions that are neither real nor illusory, but both.
Adam’s works are large scale, digital C prints, face mounted on luster plexi glass, and backed with aluminum diebond on a fabricated white lacquer panel.
Adam was born in Santa Barbara, has lived throughout Europe and the Far East. He currently shares his time between Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City.