Taking inspiration from natural science and mathematics, Adela’s work explores shape, form, and function through the study of structures and compositions found in people, nature, and architecture.

Adela’s passion for geometry and organic form comes through her work in a meticulous and objective manner via the use of repeted lines, patterns, diagrams, natural marks and traces, landscapes from nature, and ephemeral objects. She reduces her studied subjects to their simplest shape using the line as her structural principle.

Her work covers many fields ranging from photography, drawing, graphic design, and installations. She maintains an experimental creative process that pushes and tests the limits of the mediums she uses, involving experimentation, chance and surprise. This is especially practised in her photographic work in which she often uses the camera in an unorthodox manner and as tool which enables her to capture things with unexpected results.