AdeY is a Swedish-British experimental artist who, through photography, highlights the vulnerability, loneliness and strength of his subjects, capturing those small moments of social oppression, isolation, anxiety and depression that seem to play a central role in the human condition.
Each of his images portrays the body in its purest form and creates a non-sexualised representation of humankind, based on acceptance.
With a background in performance, choreography and contemporary dance, AdeY focuses on differences in physics, gender, race and sexuality, but not only. The artist challenges the perception of the body in many ways, through an inner and outer analysis of the world.
Her art recognises that not only do people change in relation to their environment, but that the environment adapts to them accordingly. In her photographs the human body with its shapes, aspects and three-dimensionality moves through space and studies the balance and physics of the world around it.
See a selection of his shots here and follow him on Instagram. AdeY is represented by The Little Black Gallery London. Many of his artworks are available online from www.girlsgirlsgirls.org and www.boysboysboys.org