Adam Jaye Porter
Lecturer in Art+Design
Adam’s work is a confluence of aggregate fantasies, altered materials from LGBTQ archives, and reflections of distorted desires. The final image is arrived at through chance and revision; a series of responses to initial marks, appropriated images, glitched materials, and welcomed happenstance. Working through multiple media, a disarray of visual information is synthesized together, put through filters of drawing, digital media, traditional printmaking and new-media fabrication. He strives to create images that reframe gritty nightlife aesthetics, a serene pandemonium where linear narrative dissolves and abstraction solidifies. Elements culled from defunct gay bars, optical patterns, and digital moires create political and phenomenological effects blending history and fantasy together.
The Machine in the Ghost: Expanded Digital Hybrid
Practices in Print Media