Adam Davies

Introductory Quote

But how you twist and turn, so that … you inevitably always manage to introduce some little word or phrase that is not your own, and which awakens disturbing recollections.

— Sören Kierkegaard

Portfolio

Seneca Mill (Ladder), Maryland pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2015
Painted ladder on the ruins of a stone mill.
Smedley Park (Face), Philadelphia pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2016
Eyes and mouth painted on the base of a tree under Philadelphia's Blue Route.
Gerst Way (Pain is all in your mind!), Pittsburgh pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2018
Phrase written on the floor of a pedestrian overpass in north Pittsburgh.
Bloomfield Bridge (Paintballs), Pittsburgh pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2017
Multi-colored paint splattered on the pier of the bridge.
North Avenue Bridge (Seven Heads), Baltimore pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2018
Painted heads on a large pile of rocks placed under historic bridge.
Leakin Park (Inverted Sign), Baltimore pigment print 142 × 178 cm 56" × 70" 2018
In winter, on a road passing through the historic park, a driving sign indicating sharp turns has been turned upside down.
Greenbrier Bridge (Fuck U), West Virginia pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2016
In a winter mist, text painted high in a difficult to access part of a pier on a highway bridge.
Jones Falls (Black Lives = Merde Ville’), Baltimore pigment print 178 × 142 cm 70" × 56" 2019
Text painted on cement barricade on a side road next to the falls. The text is by two different hands.