Adrienne Reynolds is a cross-disciplinary visual artist. Born in Morris, Minnesota, and raised in Canada, Adrienne currently splits her time between New York City and Toronto. She has shown in Chile, Mexico, Serbia, Brazil, Toronto and New York City. She has a Masters in Fine Arts from Parsons, the New School for Design (2008) , and is an Associate of the Ontario College of Art & Design (1991). She is currently a Part-Time Assistant Professor at Parsons, the New School for Design in New York City. Grants/scholarships include Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, the Parsons Deans Graduate Scholarship and the LCU Foundation grant.
My work explores physical and psychological space, drawing inspiration from cities, architecture, the movements of energy, and the intersections between the natural and urban. What are the systems and structures that support us and alienate us? How do we find place or wholeness in a hybridized world? I work primarily in drawing and painting and sculpture/installation using abstraction as my means to understand these movements. I am interested in the structures and patterns, we create and rely on, focusing on points of juncture and dissonance. Drawing and hands-on processes play a primary role in the work. I'm interested in ecology, abstraction, architecture, psycho-geography.