Adam’s Eden explores Adam Popli’s unique relationship with nature through the creationist concept of Eden.
In the first body of work we see abstract imagined landscapes inspired by the sublime in nature, channelling the physical patterns of coral reefs to ice bergs in order to freely create new internal narratives.
In the second body of work, Popli analyses his affinity with Mother Nature, painting the images that float into his subconscious while dreaming. In this way, the transcendental deity is materialized, which asks the audience to consider nature in an anthropomorphic sense and reimagine the earth from a humanistic point of view.
Popli’s work takes us on a journey of discovery in a time where nature is often pushed to the back, seeking to inspire enlightenment and highlighting perspectives that may otherwise be overlooked.