Adam Glatherine (b. UK 1983) is a Leeds based interdisciplinary artist whose work addresses our perception of what it means to exist. Through the creation of illuminated forms his work intuitively explores our connection with the physical world and how we interact with it. Glatherine works as much with scientists as he does with other artists, due to the natural overlap in both the theory and practice of artistic exploration. Glatherine’s practice involves, amongst other things, light installations, photography and sculptural forms.
His exhibitions and projects have included Northern Light (w/ Dave Lynch): Corn Exchange, Leeds 2016; Light Boat - Light Up Lancaster: Lancaster, UK 2016; Night of Heritage Light (NoHL) - Fountains Abbey (w/ David Battersby): Fountains Abbey, Leeds 2016; MantlePiece (w/ Keith Ackerman as Lens&Chisel): BasementArtsProject, Leeds 2015; Abstract Landscapes (w/ Keith Ackerman as Lens&Chisel); Old Library Gallery, Leeds 2014
Lighting Design Award for NoHL (w/ David Battersby) Heritage Project of the Year 2016 http://awards.lighting.co.uk/winners-2016
darc Award - NoHL (w/ David Battersby) Best Creative Lighting Event http://darcawards.com/architectural/night-of-heritage-light-uk/
Glatherine also lectures and writes on the subject of lighting design