Adam Davies

Introductory Quote

When the world was old, all things became possible. Opposites remained opposed, yet found a unity in being so.… There was reconciliation without compromise or surrender. Each thing remained true to itself, but joined with many others. Conflict became a form of harmony. Accordingly, the human and the natural embraced one another, almost by accident.

— Lebbeus Woods

Portfolio

Allegheny Square, Pittsburgh pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2017
A modernist skyscraper whose windows reflect the sky, buildings, and a pigeon, and reveal some of the space inside.
Blue Route, Philadelphia pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2016
Reflection of the interior roof of a bridge on the water of a stream below.
Dune Road, Long Island pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2014
Bridge over water, its painted piers match the clouds in the background.
Clara Barton Bridge, Maryland pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2018
Overgrown center of the interior of a spiral ramp leading to pedestrian walkway.
Bloede Dam, Baltimore pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2018
Frozen dam covered in snow and ice.
Western Maryland Railway Bridge, Maryland pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2015
Overgrown abandoned wooden deck of railway bridge across the Potomac river.
Humpback Bridge, Virginia pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2015
Wooden covered bridge over a small stream in the very early spring, on the left side of the bridge snow is still on the ground, on the right it is all melted.
Pretty Boy Dam, Baltimore pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2016
Face of the dam with water running down it, an stone arched road runs above the dam.
Jones Fall Expy, Baltimore pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2016
A large dark hole in thick overgrowth under an expressway.
Dickerson Power Station, Maryland pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2017
Two towers of the power station behind the trees rise above a green algae covered canal.
Interstate 95, Baltimore pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2017
Underneath a bridge, trees are blown in the wind, framed by the bridge piers.
Inner Harbor, Baltimore pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2019
Decaying pier facing Locust Point.
Dry Dock, C & O Canal, Maryland pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2016
Empty and overgrown dry dock for canal boat repairs.
Interstate 68, Maryland pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2017
Fog covering a mountain pass with a pedestrian walkway going uphill.