DENNIS ADAMS -
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Dennis Adams was born in 1948 in Des Moines, Iowa. He is internationally recognized for his public interventions and museum installations that address the processes of collective memory and social control in the design and use of architecture and public space. He has produced public projects in Austria, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Spain, The Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United States. His work has been the subject of over 50 one-person exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout North America and Europe. In 1994, two separate retrospectives of his work were held at the Museum van Hedengdaagse Kunst Antwerpen and the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston.
Adams was represented in the 2000 Whitney Biennial and recent projects include a children's playroom for the Witte de With in Rotterdam, a climbing wall on the facade of the Walters Art Musem in Baltimore, and a series of stadium bleachers scattered acoss the Leidsche Rijn, a new city under construction in The Netherlands. He is currently working on public projects for the Water & Sewer Administration building in Miami and the Staten Island Ferry Terminal in New York.
He lectures frequently around the world and his published writings, interviews and statements have contributed to the discourse about the relationship of art to the urban context.
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