Andrew’s new media work and installations investigate the space between tradition (fact, folk/lore etc.) and contemporary space and time. He plays with cultural representations and perceptions and has presented many projects in the public domain. In Kerry, the Bán/Blanc series (2004) were projected onto a building reputed to have been prepared for the escape and arrival of Marie Antoinette. Andrew also frequently collaborates with dancers, musicians and cultural institutions. In CentreStage, he worked with the National Folk Theater of Ireland to create an installation on the traditional (Irish) crossroads and the nature of looking.
Born in Cork and raised in Dublin, Andrew lives and works in Dingle (west coast of Ireland). Exhibitions include : Roscommon Arts Centre (2005); Kerry Film Festival (2004). He studied at the Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork, The National College of Art and Design, Dublin, and University of Ulster, Belfast.
Andrew’s residency at Location One is supported by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon (Ireland)