David Adamo has developed his own independent stance as a sculptor outside of formalism over the last few years.
The artist has become known with extensive installations made of industrially produced wooden objects. He works on walking sticks, baseball bats or the shafts of hammers up to the point where they lose their actual function. The resulting wood shavings lie on the floor around the object like a frame. Adamo works on objects and situations, which are suffused with poetry and absurdity at one and the same time. He creates spatial installations resembling stages and sculptures bearing a multiplicity of meanings and provoking narratives on the basis of their symbolism and of the materials used.