Adam Void transforms the debris of contemporary society into works that address social & political issues of class, control, and community. He is dedicated to exploring the details of countercultures particular to his experience: DIY culture, graffiti, hard traveling, social activism, mysticism, and the concept of "the outsider." A recent body of work continues to unearth the contemporary legacy of Black Mountain College, and the post-NYC Art World.
A.Void has shown his work nationally with institutions such as The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Printed Matter, The Steinberg Museum of Art, and the Museum of the City of New York, as well as non-conventional spaces including Anarchist Infoshops, Dive Bars, Skate Shops, and Water Drainage Tunnels. His work has been featured in Juxtapoz, Showpaper, and Maximum Rocknroll, in addition to the websites, Vandalog, Daily Serving, and Brooklyn Street Art. His work can be found in the esteemed collections of Museum Directors, Futurologists, Pioneers of Hip Hop, Incarcerated Criminals, Angry Teenagers, and Panhandlers.
Adam has an MFA from MICA's Mount Royal School of Art and a BA in Existential Philosophy. He was born and raised in the American South, and has lived for many years in overpopulated cities. He currently resides in a remote outpost, deep in the mountains of North Carolina.