Lindsey will also be showing new work in ‘intoLACE’, an exhibition
of artist-makers whose work references lace. Held at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery in Honiton, Devon from Saturday 14th September - Sunday 27th October 2013.
The Devon Guild of Craftsmen and the Thelma Hulbert Gallery are working in partnership to stage this exciting exhibition, which will challenge preconceived ideas of lace, by exploring ways in which contemporary artist-makers interpret lace in their work.
Other artists showing work here at THG in the exhibition include Catherine Bertola, Helen Snell, Imogen Luddy, Deidre Nelson and Andrea Stokes .
Thelma Hulbert Gallery
T: 01404 45006
Lindsey has had a recent work selected for the New Hall Art Collection, Cambridge . This is a large light-box from the Hartshay Brook series.
The artists exhibiting all incorporate photography into their art practice, albeit in different ways; it is in this difference that the viewer will appreciate the diverse roles that the camera can play in current painting and drawing.
After a successful Arts Council application for her Fluviatile project, 'FLUVIATILE Ophelia : the poem' has been published by RGAP and distributed by Cornerhouse.
On Saturday 4th February 2012 the final Fluviatile event took place at the Arnolfini Gallery.
Lindsey Adams' photographic images of a small Derbyshire brook explore the water’s surface and multiple layers of underwater currents; photographed with an intense scrutiny and painterly sensibility, they are concerned with notions of an underworld. Michelene Wandor has written Ophelia: the poem, in response to the sequence of images.
For this event at the Arnolfini, a presentation of large-scale projected brook images and readings explored the divisions and intersections between the verbal and the visual, providing a backdrop for multilayered performances and live music; the images and poems were reinterpreted by viola da gamba virtuoso Ibi Aziz, with improvisations by stunning jazz musicians David Wickins and Liam Noble. Underwater sound recordings created additional layers. See images