ABOUT ADAM DIX
Adam Dix’ work brings together a world depicting community and ritual, whilst traversing the landscape of analogue and digital medias through a blend of traditional folk customs, religious ceremony and contemporary communication.
Dix’ palette of muted colours, hazy imagery and subject matter, anchor the work in a time of historical optimism. Referring to the imagined futures of our predecessors his deployment of colour links the subject of contemporary technology to its 1950s origins. This has led to the production of work that invites the viewer to engage in a secular celebration, whilst questioning past and present forms of ‘social networking’.
IN THE MEDIA
Adam Dix's work has been featured in a variety of publications and books, including: