Ever so often, Adam Zalabany has the same dream. He's had it his whole life. A high pitched sound in the form of a shape amid a black landscape. Nearly formless and clearly formed. A circle or a sphere. A neon buzzing tightrope line. He says it less of a sound, less of a shape, more of a feeling being communicated to him. Zalabany describes his dream as a frequency.
His work is a peak behind a curtain. Glimpses of a memory. Slivers of a dream somewhere in the distance between planets and molecules. Macrocosms. Time... And it's abstract manifestations.
Zalabany was born in Greater London, to English and Egyptian parents. A nomad, he left the United Kingdom after University and continues his process of discovery in Los Angeles.
From his first sketchbook to his home studio, Adam Zalabany has been dialing in on the subtle frequency between the cosmos and formless dreams.