Woodshop Manager + Faculty
L.N. Adams’ sculptural work serves as an exploration of form which often expresses a fascination with the mysteries of reality and existence. Their work is influenced by primeval forms, ancient artifacts and the urban landscape. Ranging from playful and perverted to refined and graceful, these objects reflect a desire to understand an other world; other ways of being.
When asked about their work, Adams says, “ultimately my practice is driven by obsession. There are times when a form is stuck in my head – I will make and remake as many iterations as I have to until it feels right. I spend a lot of time wondering what objects mean, what they represent, and how they relate not only to the body, but to the mind.”