China Adams

Lecturer of Design

China Adams

Adams has been with the USC Roski School since 2009 in the area of design.

She has been featured in exhibitions around the world, including several solo shows at Ace Gallery, Los Angeles and Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles. Her work is included in collections at the Berkeley Art Museum and the Carnegie Art Museum.

She has been included in exhibitions at Luckman Gallery, CSULA, Los Angeles; Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA; Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA; Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA; Beacon Art Building, Inglewood, CA; and Centro De Arte Salamanca, Spain.

Adams makes conceptual art works in a range of media.  Much of her current work addresses notions of reusability, consumerism, and our impulse to acquire possessions.

In addition to her own art making, Adams also curates.  She began curating in 2011.  Her shows, in galleries around Los Angles, have garnered local and national press.

Redesigning America
Stitch and Hide Procedure
Seventeen Names
Premonition Scrolls September
White Flags and Silent Chimes
A Novel Attempt