“My practice is concerned with structures of meaning within the art-piece, how meaning is implicit in the artwork, and yet, paradoxically how the audience’s agency is vital in the creation of meaning. I have explored thus far how the artist can take responsibility for meaning within the symbolic and/or the perceptual registers.” Andrew Carroll, 2019.
Andrew Carroll studied Visual Arts Practice to BA (2008) and MA (2011) level at IADT Dun Laoghaire. He is also interested in creative writing, particularly poetry. He has exhibited work at the RHA Annual Exhibition twice, and twice at The Lavit Gallery Annual Members Exhibitions. He also exhibited artwork as part of the exhibition “Idionumina”, curated by Maria Tanner and Deirdre Southey.