Artist and educator Andrew Brown’s work is best known for his interesting reinterpretation of interior spaces he has inhabited. Memories of places and events he has experienced act as the “visual material” he then investigates and reconstructs as fractured interiors that pique and probe each viewer’s perception. His bold works create a “coherent ambiguity” as they redefine space, surface and illusion. The process results in images that are specific yet vague, allowing for individual interpretation and connection.
“Remembrances of places I have occupied over time become displaced, merging and overlapping other events and occasions, combining into a fabricated, yet honest experience.”