Adam Crosson lives in New Orleans, LA, USA. In his work, he asks questions around the nature of time, loss, and desire, negotiating answers through sculpture, film, photography, drawing, writing, performance, and teaching. He studies the region in which he lives as analog for increasing global destabilization and disparity. He has received recent fellowships from Tulane University’s Committee on Research and the Bywater Institute. In 2016/17, he was a Core Fellow at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. He currently holds the Ellsworth Woodward Endowed Professorship in the Newcomb Art Department.