Adam Eddy's work uses formal painting decisions as its primary language. He combines color and form into organizations that define physical bodies in expanded terms. The paintings borrow structures observed in everyday life and use them as compositional formats and proxies for the human body. His aim is to challenge individuality, exceptionalism, and the social hierarchies that isolate us.
Adam Eddy’s paintings use the shape of his supports as a part of the painted composition, combining structure and content to create work that is simultaneously image and object. The result is a kinesthetic relationship between viewer and art, dissolving the boundary between one and the other.
Adam Eddy's work has been exhibited across the country in locations such as the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, the Gettys Art Center, Commonwealth Gallery, 808 Gallery, and Redux Contemporary Art Center.