Adam Knight is an artist who currently lives and works in London. He graduated with an MA in Fine Art from Royal College of Art in 2007. He has worked on the the Fashion Promotion & Imaging course since 2008 and completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education in 2010. Specialising in the Imaging pathway over both years 1 and 2, he has undertaken several educational research projects on assessment, feedback and inclusivity.

In 2010 he participated in the ARTSCHOOL/UK project, beginning at Cell Project Space and culminating at London’s prestigious Whitechapel Gallery. In late 2011 he was awarded the International Fellowship four month residency at the ACC Galerie in Weimar, Germany and further to this in 2013, he completed a two month residency at the OG-9 Rotationatelier in Zurich, supported by the Index writing group. In late 2013 the essay Amateur/Failure was published in PROSPECTUS alongside contributions from Richard Wentworth, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Neil Cummings.

Knight has exhibited at various art-spaces and galleries and been included in numerous film screenings as well as contributing to publications. He has shown in the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, Netherlands, Estonia, Switzerland, Italy and Australia.


Photography by: Jake Lewis, BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion & Imaging, UCA Epsom.



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