Adrienne Kenafake is a multi-disciplinary Australian artist based on the Gold Coast, Queensland.
Working across the mediums of sculpture, performance, installation and video she explores ideas of paranormality, escape and discontent within the context of the urban landscape. The anthropological observation of suburban Australia persists as a common thread within her practise.
In 2014 she exhibited her first solo show, Gutter Gold: Something from Nothing at the Tweed Regional Gallery in Murwillumbah, NSW, and has since continued to exhibit locally across the South-East Queensland region in group shows including 2015 SWELL outdoor sculpture festival, Young Heroines at Maverick Art Space, Coolangatta, in both 2017 and 2018 and at the HOTA Gallery, Gold Coast, following her completion of the Level Up: Youth Arts Incubator Program.
Adrienne has also participated in residencies at Eleventh Avenue Creative, Palm Beach, The Walls Art Space, Miami, and House Conspiracy in Brisbane's West End.