Andrew is a professor of public arts and the founder of Greyworld, a world-renowned artists’ collective creating art in public spaces. His work is all about creating art that holds up a mirror to the public, putting us right at the centre of it, whether it be musically, sonically, through systems or in other interactive ways.
In this exceptional talk he takes on the 'pomp' of the art world by showing what 'public' art really means. He takes us through a fascinating array of his recent works, which include everything from musical railings, park benches, clockwork forests to a Giant Sun installation in Trafalgar Square. All of which put the viewer right at the centre of the experience.