Born London, 1965. Lives and works in Whitstable, Kent.
Adam Chodzko’s art explores the interactions of human behaviour. Using a wide variety of media – from video to performance to fly-posters to drawing – his work explores how best we might engage with the existence of others. In his work, Chodzko proposes new relationships between our value and belief systems, between the community and private spaces that generate these systems, and between the documents and fictions that describe and guide them.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
Neue Alte Brucke, Frankfurt
Siakos Hanappe, Athens
‘Proxigean Tide’, Tate St. Ives
Signal, Malmo, Sweden
‘Then’, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane and various sites across Dublin
MAMbo – Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna
Selected Awards and Residencies
AHRC Research Fellowship, Department of Film, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paul Hamlyn Foundation Visual Arts Award
Foundation for Contemporary Art, New York