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.
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.
Dry Dock, C & O Canal, Maryland pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2016
Empty and overgrown dry dock for canal boat repairs.
Inner Harbor, Baltimore pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2019
Decaying pier facing Locust Point.
Interstate 68, Maryland pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2017
Fog covering a mountain pass with a pedestrian walkway going uphill.