Sunday, January 11, 2009


Madeline Adams on her work:
'In the natural world, I am drawn to moments of repetition: a grid of windows on a building or the shadows made from leaves on a tree, the line made by traffic lights down a dark road, the groupings of pastries in a bakery window, the whispers of conversations in a crowded room, or the bass drum in a symphony. The objects being observed become the focal point of the frenetic world surrounding it. My work attempts to address these dialogues and spaces between the relationships and the idiosyncrasies of individual details. '

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