Adee Roberson was born in West Palm Beach, Florida in 1981. Her work weaves celestial landscapes with drum patterns, found photos, synthesizers and percussion instruments. She has exhibited and performed her work in numerous galleries and independent venues including, Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, SomArts Cultural Center, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Charlie James Gallery, and Art Gallery of Windsor, Ontario. She is based Los Angeles, California.
A meditation on symbolism and texture, my works in paint have sonic vibrations and my works in sound invoke technicolor visions. Through the materiality of paper, archival material, and music, my work aims to unite. Color, shape, and rhythm become constellations of the African Diaspora, answering the questions posed by ancestral memory. Through experiences in different city landscapes, I contribute to the expansiveness of what it means to be Black. In my practice, Blackness is the center; all color, sound, materials, and imagery activate through a relationship to Blackness.