Adam Void transforms ready-at-hand or bricolage materials into objects that address social and political concerns of class, control, and community. He is dedicated to exploring the details of countercultures particular to his experience: punk rock, graffiti, freight hopping, zines, and social activism. He has shown his work nationally with institutions such as The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Printed Matter, Chashama, and Mighty Tanaka Gallery, as well as non-conventional spaces including The Silent Barn, Secret Project Robot, and Space 1026. His work has been featured in Juxtapoz, Showpaper, and Beautiful / Decay, in addition to the websites, Vandalog, Daily Serving, and Brooklyn Street Art. Adam has an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a BA in Existential Philosophy from the College of Charleston. He was born in Florida, has lived in South Carolina, Brooklyn, and Baltimore. He currently resides in Asheville, North Carolina.