About Andy Ash
There are two interwoven strands to Andy’s art, research and teaching interests: 1) art education, visual art practise as research and making 2) transdisciplinarity, collaboration and a dialogic approach. His artistic practice includes sculpture, film, objects, drawing, print in an installation or in situ context. Andy’s is a member of the Red Herring artist studio co-operative based in Portslade. Andy teaches at UCL IOE, PGCE Art & Design Secondary, MA Museum & Galleries & MA Art & Design in Education.
BA (Hons) Fine Art Sculpture
MA Art Education
PGCE Secondary Art & Design
2015: Group show ‘House of Animal Consciousness’, Brighton Festival, Open House (4th-26th May).
2016: Group show ‘Research Images as Art: Art Images as Research’ South Cloisters, Wilkins Building, UCL, London (1st Oct-16th Dec).
2018: Solo show ‘Talking Brains’ Kings College Gallery, Cambridge University (1st-16th Feb).
2018: Group show ‘Research Images as Art: Art Images as Research’, South Cloisters, Wilkins Building, UCL, London (1st Oct-16th Dec).
2018: Group show ‘Dark Days, White Nights’, beta Space Gallery, Aalto
University, Finland (18th-21st June).
2018: Solo show ‘Hole in your soul’, Monitor Gallery, UCL, London (22nd Oct.- 5th Nov).
2019: Group show ‘Science and Art’, Gerald Moore Gallery, Greenwich, London (9th-16th
2019: Group show ‘Making Time, for your artlife’, Audain Art Centre, UBC, Vancouver,
Canada (8th-14th July).
2019: Group show ‘Making-Place’, Audain Art Centre, UBC, Vancouver, Canada (8th-14thJuly)
2019: Group show ‘Artist teachers network pop-up’, Freelands Galllery, London (6th-10th Nov).
2020: Solo show ‘The Art of Walking #1’, Monitor Gallery, UCL, London (13th Jan. -10th Feb.)
2020: Group show ‘Where We Work’, Freelands Gallery, London (15th-19th Jan.).
2020: Solo show ‘The Art of Walking #2’, T+ Gallery, University of Tsukuba Gallery, Japan (12th-22ndFeb.). https://www.geijutsu.tsukuba.ac.jp/campus-air/2020/02/11/823/