Rachel Adams: Damp
07.10.22 – 17.12.22
(image: Rachel Adams 'Rising Damp' 3 × fabric paint on silk, 325×144 cm, 2022 (each) installation photography by Andy Keate)
"When I wake up, my pillow's cold and damp with tears. But tears for what? I have no idea."
Haruki Murakami from 'Kafka on the Shore' (2002)
Domo Baal is delighted to present 'Damp', Rachel Adams third solo exhibition in the gallery. Recent solo exhibitons include 'Home Grown' at Yoshimi Arts, in Osaka, Japan. Adams lives and works in Glasgow. In addition to her own practice she programs the curatorial project Ivory Tars with Neil Clements, and collaborates with Tessa Lynch as Gabecare, an artistic project that investigates the mess of 21st Century living. She also creates lighting based on vegetables and plants as Urpflanze.