Mac Adams, The Liminal Body, 2019

Mac Adams, Sliding into Pink, 2019

Four color inkjet photographs on archival paper, glass, wood

From the series Gone from my sight / The Liminal Body
Glass 135,5 x 45,5 cm
Shelf 45,5 x 13 x 13 cm
Edition of 3 (+ 1 A.P.)

Photo Aurélien Mole

The Liminal Body comes from the Latin word limin, meaning threshold, it pertains to the in-between states, it can become a place, a time, a situation, a being. It’s a middle ground where transformations take place, transformations that can be filled with contradictions and ambiguities. In the works Black Leather and The Red Dress we see images of a beautiful young woman transforming into a criminal because society refuses to recognize transgender. The gray color which is the center of the transition conceptually contains both images. In Gone from my sight we see the viewpoint of someone in a hospital bed looking at a beautiful view transforming into the monochromatic color green, the color of regeneration. We experience these liminal states continuously without recognizing them conceptually, the threshold between remembering and forgetting. Rage and love, the hand and the body, as in Touch.” Mac Adams

Mac Adams, Gone from my Sight, 2019

Four color inkjet photographs on archival paper, glass, wood

From the series Gone from my sight / The Liminal Body
Glass 147 x 124,5 cm
Shelf 47 x 13 x 13 cm
Edition of 3 (+ 1 A.P.)

Photo Aurélien Mole

The Liminal Body comes from the Latin word limin, meaning threshold, it pertains to the in-between states, it can become a place, a time, a situation, a being. It’s a middle ground where transformations take place, transformations that can be filled with contradictions and ambiguities. In the works Black Leather and The Red Dress we see images of a beautiful young woman transforming into a criminal because society refuses to recognize transgender. The gray color which is the center of the transition conceptually contains both images. In Gone from my sight we see the viewpoint of someone in a hospital bed looking at a beautiful view transforming into the monochromatic color green, the color of regeneration. We experience these liminal states continuously without recognizing them conceptually, the threshold between remembering and forgetting. Rage and love, the hand and the body, as in Touch.” Mac Adams

Mac Adams, Black Leather, 2019

Seven inkjet color photographs on archival paper, glass and wood

From series Gone from my Sight / The Liminal Body
Glass 68 x 198 cm
Shelf 172 x 13 x 13 cm
Edition of 3 (+ 1 A.P.)

Photo Aurélien Mole

The Liminal Body comes from the Latin word limin, meaning threshold, it pertains to the in-between states, it can become a place, a time, a situation, a being. It’s a middle ground where transformations take place, transformations that can be filled with contradictions and ambiguities. In the works Black Leather and The Red Dress we see images of a beautiful young woman transforming into a criminal because society refuses to recognize transgender. The gray color which is the center of the transition conceptually contains both images. In Gone from my sight we see the viewpoint of someone in a hospital bed looking at a beautiful view transforming into the monochromatic color green, the color of regeneration. We experience these liminal states continuously without recognizing them conceptually, the threshold between remembering and forgetting. Rage and love, the hand and the body, as in Touch.” Mac Adams

Mac Adams, Mutilated Photograph, 2019

Four color inkjet photographs on archival paper, glass, wood

From the series Gone from my sight / The Liminal Body
Glass 63 x 107
Shelf 81,5 x 13 x 13 cm
Ed 1/3 + 1 A.P.

The Liminal Body comes from the Latin word limin, meaning threshold, it pertains to the in-between states, it can become a place, a time, a situation, a being. It’s a middle ground where transformations take place, transformations that can be filled with contradictions and ambiguities. In the works Black Leather and The Red Dress we see images of a beautiful young woman transforming into a criminal because society refuses to recognize transgender. The gray color which is the center of the transition conceptually contains both images. In Gone from my sight we see the viewpoint of someone in a hospital bed looking at a beautiful view transforming into the monochromatic color green, the color of regeneration. We experience these liminal states continuously without recognizing them conceptually, the threshold between remembering and forgetting. Rage and love, the hand and the body, as in Touch.” Mac Adams