Abraham Adams /
A series in which WWI-era photographs by my ancestors appear excerpted inside frames shaped after expressive marks from midcentury automatic drawing.
A series of diptychs: on the left of each, an AI-assisted reconstruction of how I imagined a building interior to look before I had seen it; on the right, a photograph of the actual place.
A series of photographs in progress, capturing views from a house trailer being shipped on a US highway, so that each panel depicts an identically framed living-room window facing a different landscape.
A Conversation About Trees
A series of photographs of trees, re-captured from the backgrounds of photographs of people I have known who are now dead.
A series of diptychs: on the left of each, a close-up on the face of a personal-injury lawyer on a US roadside billboard; on the right, the landscape the billboard is facing, captured by rotating the camera 180º.
Nothing in MoMA
(2018 / 2023)
A series of photographs captured in areas of the Museum of Modern Art where no artworks, written language, or people were present.
A series of found “before-and-after” diptychs from print media, with “after” panels removed.