Dennis Adams is an internationally-renowned artist whose installations and urban interventions expose the political and historical connotations of film, photography, and architecture. Adams has created over fifty urban works and has exhibited pieces all over the world. In 1984 Adams presented Kiosks for America at the Kitchen, an event that Adams described as “an attempt to undermine the link between passivity (waiting) and manipulation (advertising), subverting the network of ideological representations.” Adams currently serves as a professor at the Cooper Union.