Andrew Scott is a visual artist whose studio practice focuses on the intersection of digital fabrication technologies and traditional fine arts practices. His work incorporates projection-mapped images and animation onto three-dimensional pieces to evoke collective cultural ideals.
Scott’s work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and internationally and has been featured across a variety of platforms. Large civic projects include a memorial to fallen police officers for the city of Gainesville, Florida, and the world’s largest gavel in the south reflecting pool of the Ohio Supreme Court. Smaller scale work has been exhibited in museums in the U.S. and in Italy. His work, Black Man Grove Resilience, is the featured work for Grammy winning jazz artist Terence Blanchard’s album Breathless.
Andrew is currently an Associate Professor at ATEC where he teaches courses in digital fabrication and holds an MFA from The Ohio State University.
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