Rachel Adams at David Dale Gallery, Glasgow

Press release:

Working within creative, menial, domestic and administrative labour Rachel Adams’s installation, with iterations in Glasgow and Sheffield, considers the linked systems that govern both the natural and manmade world and the possibilities where the two intersect. We are surrounded by incomprehensible systems, that detail not only the current shifts in society and technology, but also the environment and the natural world. Adams’s work exists at the collapse of boundaries between the natural and the synthetic, and the role technology and labour play in this breakdown.

This exhibition has been produced in partnership with Bloc Projects, Sheffield. ‘Lowlight’ by Rachel Adams will run from the 5th til 22nd October 2018 at Bloc Projects.

Rachel Adams (b. Newcastle upon Tyne, 1985) lives and work in Glasgow. Adams recently completed an MFA at the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford. Recent exhibitions include, Right Twice a Day, Jerwood Visual Arts Project Space, London (2018); Insight 20, Yoshimi Arts, Osaka, Japan (2018); Mostra, British School at Rome, Rome, Italy (2016); How to Live in a Flat, The Tetley, Leeds (2014); Long Reach, domobaal, London (2014); Mood is Made/Temperature is Taken, Glasgow Sculpture Studios, Glasgow (2014).

Artist: Rachel Adams
Venue: David Dale Gallery, Glasgow
Exhibition title: Noon
Date: September 15 – October 20, 2018

Photography: Max Slaven
Text (press release) and images provided by the event.
© Rachel Adams, Max Slaven, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow U.K. E.U.