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Maya Adams is a multidisciplinary artist who blends her Ugandan-American heritage with her passion for exploring the effects of climate change on human experiences. With a focus on the intersection of past, present, and future, she delves into themes of ecological grief, climate justice, and the complexities of race and gender identity.
Her work spans a range of mediums, including painting, film, photography, illustration, sculpture, installation, and poetry, reflecting her versatility and creative prowess. Her pieces have been featured in exhibitions, including the Oxford Natural History Museum, Le 6b Paris, NYU Abu Dhabi Gallery Space, and The Oxford Society for Art and Ecology's Flute and Bowl.
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