Electric Adam is a London based artist, their practice combines sculpture, wearable art and installation for live performance. Adam creates wearable latex pieces and performs them as living sculpture. They seal themself inside the airtight latex and using their breathing, pump the air out, slowly vacuum packing themself into a sculptural form. The pieces vary from small costumes to large installations housing five performers.
Emerging from the London fetish scene, performing at parties and events such as Torture Garden, Adam’s work came to a wider audience in the live art world. They have performed and exhibited nationally and internationally from the Victoria and Albert Museum and National Theatre Studio in London, to Cirque Du Soleil headquarters in Montreal and New Zealand's World of Wearable Arts Award show.
Their work explores themes around fetish, sexuality and the body, influenced by religious imagery, ancient sculpture and a pop culture sci-fi aesthetic.