Andy works individually and collaboratively across sculpture, performance, moving image, sound, drawing and curatorial practice and he will use the residency to produce works for a solo exhibition in Brooklyn, 2015. Andy has worked as a lecturer at Falmouth University since 2002 and has been the recipient of awards including in 2013: Salina Artist in Residence, Kansas, USA; and in 2012: Art Omi International Artist Residency, New York, USA. Recent solo exhibitions include: Action, Salina Art Center Warehouse, Kansas, USA (2013), Dawn Chorus, Waterfront Gallery, University Campus Suffolk, UK, (2012) and, Unsustainable? Ruskin Gallery, Ruskin Anglia University, Cambridge, UK (2012).
Sculpture Space is unique in North America for its support of sculptors, both those who come to Utica, New York, as residency participants and those who continue after their residencies as working artists. The organization selects 20 artists each year (12 from New York) for two-month residencies and has helped to advance the careers of more than 500 national and Time based media international artists since 1976.
A non-profit organization with a 35-year record of success, Sculpture Space also offers the public a valuable opportunity to meet innovative artists and to learn about contemporary sculpture. As a unique cultural resource, Sculpture Space promotes interaction between national and international visiting artists and the local community throughout Utica and the surrounding region. The organization places works in the public domain, hosts studio tours, welcomes school groups to meet and watch working artists, collaborates with other organizations to exhibit artists’ projects, and arranges lectures at area educational institutions including Colgate University, Hamilton College, Syracuse University, Pratt at Munson Williams Proctor Institute, Mohawk Valley and Onodaga Community Colleges and Utica College.