Andrew Carnie (ANDREWCARNIE)

Andrew Carnie (ANDREWCARNIE)

I currently teach graphic arts at Winchester School of Art, part of Southampton University, England for a couple of days a week. The rest of the time I am a practitioner much of my work is produced in collaboration with scientists.

Biography

ANDREW CARNIE was born in 1957. He studied chemistry and painting at Warren Wilson College, North Carolina, then zoology and psychology at Durham University, before starting and finishing a degree in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, London. Andrew then completed his Masters degree in the Painting School, at the Royal College of Art.

Since then Andrew has continued working primarily as a studio based artist, running other ventures alongside his practise, like the Carnie Chaple Gallery, the Tram Depot Gallery, and working as a consultant for Greater London Arts. Currently he is very involved in the Art and Mind Festival and other ventures in Winchester while continuing with his own practise, which is primarily in time based work, themed around various scientific topics, he also likes to work with a groups on art based projects, and is teaching regularly at the Winchester School of Art, which he has done since 1991.

His work is very varied, from painting, sculpture and photography to installation work, and has been exhibited in the, ‘Whitechaple Open’ in 1987, 1989, and 1994, the ‘John Moores 16 Exhibition’, Liverpool 1989, ‘Sommerattelier’, Hanover 1990, Clara Maria Sels Gallery, Dusseldorf 1990, ‘Wits End’ an Ikon, Birmingham, Touring show in 1992, the ‘5th Mostyn Open’, Llandudno, Wales 1994, ‘Feering 5’, Colchester 1994, ‘A Cut Edge’, Hackney, London 1997, ‘Small Is Beautiful Part XV11’, Flowers East, London 1999, ‘Art And Architecture’, at the British Airways Headquarters, Waterside, London 2000, ‘Urban Shores’, Installation, Dash Gallery, Tower Hamlets, London, 2000, ‘Joining In’ , Winchester Gallery, 2000, ‘Silent Motion’ at the Picker gallery, Kingston, ‘Head On’ at the Science Museum in London 2002, ‘Hygiene’, at the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London in 2002, and ‘Mensbeeld’, Natuurmuseum, Rotterdam, Oct 2003, Simply-Complex at the Design Museum Zurich, 2005, Neuroculture at the Westport Art Centre, USA in 2006, and ‘Filament’ at the London Print Studio, Sept 2006.

Andrew has had the following one person shows, ‘Vista’ Angela Flowers , London 1987, ‘Under Canvas’, Giray Gallery 1988, ‘Sculpture’, Winchester Gallery, 1992, ‘Grand Tour’, Bracknell Gallery 1993, ‘Souvenir’, Plymouth Art Centre 1993, 'New Floor Sculptures', Tram Depot , London 1994, ‘Walk-walk’ Tram Depot Gallery, London spring 1995, ‘Organic’ Tram Depot Gallery, London summer 1995, ‘Betwixt and Between’ Tram Depot Gallery, London 1995, ‘Return Journey’ 1997 Columbus University Gallery, Georgia, ‘Fit to Travel’ Tram Depot Gallery, London 1998, ‘Travelogue’, Flemming Gallery, Thorpe, Surrey, 1999, and ‘Embark’, Millais Gallery , Southampton, 2002, ‘Disperse’, Amnesty International Headquarters, London, 2002, and ‘451’, Winchester Gallery, Winchester, Hampshire, 2004

His work is represented in collections in England, Germany, and America. Increasingly he talks about his collaborations with scientists and recently he was a key note speaker at the SLSA conference in Amsterdam, and completed a web radio show for PS 1 in New York.

His recent projects include:-

2002. ‘Head On’, a show at the Science Museum on neurology, produced in collaboration with Welcome Foundation. For this Andrew produced a number of pieces of work centred around memory, the brain, and neuroscience, while working with neuro-scientists at the Medical Research Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, King’s College, London. The final work ‘Magic Forest’ was shown at the Science Museum in March 2002, at the Rotterdam Film Festival, Rotterdam, Holland, 2003 and at the Natuurmuseum, Rotterdam, a show called ‘Mensbeeld’, in 2004, in ‘Simply Complex’ at the Design Museum in Zurich in 2005, and in ‘Neuroculture’, at the Westport Art Centre in Connecticut, USA in 2006.

2002. 'Embark’, at the Millais Gallery, Southampton. A one-person show at the Millais Gallery, a first chance for Andrew to show the large paintings from 1998-2000, alongside a survey of travel work from 1990 onwards.

2002. ‘Alight’. As part of the group of four artists making up the company No Limits, Andrew made a multi-media work, using a fifty-meter by four-meter tall screen and moving video projector. The work based on the notions of arrival and departure from London’s’ Dock-lands, was shown at the Royal Victoria Dock in April 2002.

2002. ‘Disperse’, a work made for the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, in 2002. Disperse is a work that explores removal, It relates to thoughts about the departure of the human body at death. The work looks at processes of how the body might be physically ‘dispersed’; be rendered back to atomic particles. This work was shown again at the Headquarters of Amnesty International, London.

2003. ‘Complex Brain:Spreading Arbor’, Andrew worked on a joint project with the neurologist Dr Richard Wingate, of Kings College, London. Together they created a time based video work, called ‘Complex Brain:Spreading Arbor’, based on the development and changes in the growing brain; looking specifically at the migration of neurones. This current work is funded by a Wellcome Trust, ‘Medicine In Society’ Award.

2004. 451 at the Winchester Gallery was the first chance for Andrew to show a collection of time based slide dissolve works base on the transitory life of objects and the body. He showed the works ‘Disperse’, ‘Calcium Caving’ and ‘451’.

2004. ‘Spreading Arbour’, British Association Festival Of Science, Exeter. First showing of this large video work using two video projectors circling around an 8 meter circular screen in opposite directions. Plus exhibited Magic Forest and Calcium Caving.

2004.'Slices and Snapshots' , [Oct-Nov], show as Stanley Picker Fellow, Kingston University. Based on the sequential photography of Eadweard Muybridge and chronophotography in contemporary neuro-science three new works were shown Eye: Through The Mirror Darkly, Slice and Snapshots. Catalogue/Paper, Arts Council Funded.

2005. ‘Things Happen’, a time-based piece on genetic diseases for ‘Genes And Genius’, Mendel Museum, Abbey Of St Thomas, Brno, Czech Republic.

2006. ‘We Are Where We Are’. With Arts Council Funding and linked with architects and scientists Andrew developed the work WAWWA, an examination of the architecture of the body for exhibition in March 2006 at the Art and Mind Festival, Space Architecture and the Mind.

2007. ‘Magic Forest’, a permanent static version of the time-based piece, a work for the Wellcome Trust Headquarters, Euston Road, London,

Forthcoming projects:-
Andrews forthcoming projects include working on a three year project with a philosopher, an anthropologist and a Heart Transplant Team, on a project called ‘A Change Of Heart’, funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, then working with the Neuropsychologist, Paul Broks, of Plymouth University, on Temporal Lobe Epilepsy to produce an installation work and possible book. and on a permanent work for the Wellcome Trust Headquarters.

Exhibitions

"ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS"

1985 ‘SEEING IS BELIEVING’, CARNIE CHAPLE GALLERY, LONDON.
1987 ‘VISTA’, ANGELA FLOWERS GALLERY, LONDON.
‘NEW WORK’, WILMER, CUTLER & PICKERING, LONDON.
1988 ‘PROJECTIONS’, ZANZIBAR CLUB, LONDON.
‘UNDER CANVAS’, GIRAY GALLERY, LONDON.
1990 ‘MIX’, SOMMERATELIER, HANOVER, WEST GERMANY [residency and one-person show].
1991 ‘TRAVEL’, TRAM STUDIOS, LONDON.
1992 WINCHESTER ART GALLERY, WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE, [catalogue].
1993 BRACKNELL GALLERY, SOUTHILL PARK, BRACKNELL.
‘MOVE ON’, PLYMOUTH ART CENTRE, PLYMOUTH.
1994 ‘NEW FLOOR SCULPTURE’, TRAM DEPOT STUDIOS, LONDON [July].
1995 ‘WALK-WALK’, PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK, TRAM DEPOT GALLERY, LONDON, [April].
‘ORGANIC’, TRAM DEPOT GALLERY, LONDON, [September].
1996 ‘RECOVER’, TRAM DEPOT GALLERY, LONDON, [September].
1997 ‘GRAND TOUR’, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, USA, [February].
‘PASSAGE’, HIDDEN ART OF HACKNEY, HACKNEY, [Nov to Dec].
1998 ‘FIT TO TRAVEL’, TRAM DEPOT GALLERY, LONDON, [May, part of the Whitechaple Open].
1999 ‘TRAVELOGUE’, FLEMING GALLERY, TASIS, THORPE, SURREY, [April to May]
2002 ‘EMBARK’, MILLAIS GALLERY, SOUTHAMPTON, [April to May].
2003 ‘DISPERSE’, AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, LONDON. [Nov].
2004 ‘451’, WINCHESTER GALLERY, WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE, [January].
‘COMPLEX BRAIN’, BRITISH ASSOCIATION SCIENCE FESTIVAL, EXETER, [September].
‘SLICES AND SNAPSHOTS’, STANLEY PICKER GALLERY, KINGSTON, LONDON, [Oct-Nov].
2005 'TIMELINE', THE CAPITOL, HORSHAM, SUSSEX, [JUNE].
2006 ‘WE ARE WHERE WE ARE’, ART AND MIND FESTIVAL, WINCHESTER, [March].

MIXED EXHIBITIONS:

1978 COLLINGWOOD COLLEGE GALLERY, DURHAM.
1982 ‘INSTALLATION’, DEGREE SHOW, GOLDSMITHS, LONDON.
1983 CHARTERHOUSE GALLERY, LONDON.
‘YOUNG BLOOD’, RIVERSIDE STUDIO GALLERY, LONDON, [mixed show].
1984 BLUECOAT GALLERY, LONDON, [mixed show].
1985 CARNIE CHAPLE GALLERY, LONDON, [two person show].
1986 THE LONDON CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR, LONDON, [two person show in the fair].
DEGREE SHOW, ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART, LONDON.
‘DRAWINGS’, ARTWORKS GALLERY, EARLS COURT, LONDON.
CONTEMPORARY ART SOCIETY EXHIBITION, LONDON.
1987 ‘DRAWINGS’, ARTWORKS GALLERY, EARLS COURT, LONDON.
WHITECHAPEL OPEN, LONDON.
‘ART AFTER HOURS’, LIMELIGHT, LONDON.
1988 WHITECHAPEL OPEN, LONDON.
THE LONDON CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR, ISLINGTON, LONDON.
ART AFTER HOURS, ZANZIBAR, LONDON.
1989 JOHN MOORES 16 EXHIBITION, LIVERPOOL.
CARNIE CHAPLE STUDIO SHOW, LONDON [two person show].
RECENT ACQUISITIONS, UNILEVER HOUSE, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON, [Nov].
1990 CLARA MARIA SELS GALLERY, DUSSELDORF, WEST GERMANY.
ART WORK, WHITECHAPEL AT BROADGATE, EXHIBITION, LONDON [Oct].
1991 TRAM STUDIOS EXHIBITION, LONDON, E5, [one-person show in studio exhibition].
‘FLOTSAM & JETSAM’, G10 SPACE, TOBACCO DOCK, WAPPING, LONDON.
1992 ‘WITS END’, IKON TOURING EXHIBITION, BIRMINGHAM.
TRAM STUDIOS EXHIBITION, LONDON, E5.
1993 INTERNATIONAL SPRING FAIR, NEC BIRMINGHAM, [with Carlton International].
Continuation from January of SOUTHERN ARTS TOURING EXHIBITION. [Bournemouth & Luton].
Continuation of ‘WITS END’, IKON TOURING EXHIBITION, BIRMINGHAM,[Halesowen College Gallery, Halesowen, Solihull College Gallery, Birmingham].
ARTISTS BOOK FAIR, QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL, SOUTH BANK CNT, LONDON.
TRAM STUDIOS EXHIBITION, LONDON, [June].
1994 5th MOSTYN OPEN SHOW, ORIEL MOSTYN GALLERY, LLANDUDNO, WALES.
PRODUCED SET, FOR COME IN THE WATERS LOVELY, PERFORMED BY THE iDC DANCE
COMPANY AT SOUTH BANK CENTRE, LONDON.[South Bank funded].
WHITECHAPEL OPEN EXHIBITION, WHITECHAPEL GALLERY, LONDON, [6 May -26 June].
‘CLUTCH’, work made for FEERINGBURY V, FEERING, COLCHESTER, ESSEX, [May]
WHITECHAPEL OPEN STUDIO EXHIBITION, LONDON, [May].
‘TWINS’, photographic work made for EXHIBITION space, TRAM DEPOT GALLERY, [July].
‘A CUT EDGE’, ASSEMBLY ROOMS, LONDON, HACKNEY ARTS FESTIVAL, [3 person show, July].
1997 HIDDEN ART OF HACKNEY, TRAM DEPOT GALLERY, LONDON, [Nov to Dec].
1998 ‘PLASTICITY’, THE PEAR ROOM, HECKLINGTON, LINCOLNSHIRE, [January ].
‘BIOCHEMISTRY’, SUN and DOVES GALLERY, CAMBERWELL, LONDON, [4 person show, Feb to April].
‘FOOD’, SUN and DOVES GALLERY, CAMBERWELL, LONDON, [8 person show, July to Sept].
‘MUSIC’, SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL Part XV1, FLOWERS EAST, LONDON, [December].
‘SMALL WORKS’, COLVILLE PLACE GALLERY FOR DIGITAL ART, LONDON, W1, [December].
1999 ‘SUMMER SHOW’, SUN and DOVES GALLERY, CAMBERWELL, LONDON, [June to August].
HACKNEY AUTUMN FESTIVAL, ROUND CHAPLE, HACKNEY, LONDON, [Sept].
‘MILLENNIUM’, SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL Part XV11, FLOWERS EAST, LONDON, [December].
‘IMPORT/EXPORT’, VIRGIN BUILDING, HEATHROW AIRPORT, [2 person show, Dec to March 2000].
2000 ‘ART and ARCHITECTURE’, BRITISH AIRWAYS, HEADQUARTERS, WATERSIDE, LONDON, [April].
‘CARGO’, BRITISH AIRWAYS, HEATHROW AIRPORT, LONDON, [April].
‘DEPARTURES’, VIRGIN TERMINAL 3, HEATHROW AIRPORT, LONDON [April].
‘COMPASS’, BRITISH AIRWAYS, HEATHROW AIRPORT, LONDON, [April].
‘JOURNEYS’, PEARSON GROUP HEADQUARTERS, [LONGMAN PUBLISHING], WOKINGHAM, [May].
ART FOR OFFICES GALLERY, DOCK STREET, LONDON, [May].
‘URBAN SHORES’, INSTALLATION, DASH GALLERY, TOWER HAMLETS, LONDON, [July].
SMITH KLEIN BEECHAM, HEADQUARTERS, LONDON. [June].
‘NEW TECHNOLOGY’, CABLE AND WIRELESS HEADQUARTERS, HOLBORN, LONDON, [Sept to Dec].
‘SELF PORTRAIT’, SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL, FLOWERS EAST, LONDON, [December].
2001 ‘JOINING IN’, WINCHESTER ART GALLERY, WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE, [Feb, catalogue].
‘SILENT MOTION’, [MUYBRIDGE], KINGSTON UNIVERSITY, KINGSTON, LONDON, [May, 6 page review in Artists Rev]
‘JOINING IN’, THE CENTRE, SLOUGH.
‘SCULPTURE IN THE PARK’, MILE END PARK, LONDON [June to Oct].
‘SILENT MOTION’, COLVILLE PLACE GALLERY, LONDON, [June, catalogue].
2002 ‘HEAD ON’, SCIENCE MUSEUM, WITH THE WELLCOME TRUST, LONDON, [May to August, catalogue].
‘ALIGHT’, ROYAL VICTORIA DOCK, LONDON. [April].
‘HYGIENE’, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE, LONDON, [May, catalogue].
‘SORTIE’, PRUDENTIAL HEAD QUARTERS, LONDON, [June].
‘FRANKFURT ART FAIR’, [WITH COLVILLE PLACE GALLERY, LONDON], FRANKFURT,
GERMANY, [May].
‘ALIGHT EXHIBITION’, STRATFORD CIRCUS SPACE, STRATFORD LONDON, [June].
2003 ‘STATIC’, GALLERY ‘TENT’, ROTTERDAM, [Jan-Feb, part of IFFR, International Film Festival Rotterdam]
‘DRAWING WITH LIGHT’, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY, LONDON, [Jan-Feb].
‘DRAWING THE PROCESS’, [Touring Show, Loughborough University Gallery, Birmingham City Art Gallery, The Chapel Gallery, St Helens, The Hot Bath Gallery, Bath, The Clifford Fisher Gallery, Exeter].
‘PLAN ART’, BAKER and McKENZIE, LONDON.[March].
‘MENSBEELD’, NATUURMUSEUM, ROTTERDAM, [Oct 2003].
SCULPTURES IN THE OUTBACK, REVERIES GALLERY, MAIDEN GULLY, AUSTRALIA, [Oct].
2004 ‘MENSBEELD’, NATUURMUSEUM, ROTTERDAM, [-April 2004].
‘SELF-ISH’, SCICULT GALLERY, LONDON, [March-April].
‘REFRESH’, SUN and DOVES GALLERY, CAMBERWELL, LONDON, [May-June].
'OUTDOOR SCULPTURE', HUTTON LE ROOF, CUMBRIA, [May-July].
‘SELF-ISH’, VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM, EXETER, [September].
2005 ‘EINFACH COMPLEX, DESIGN MUSEUM, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND, [May].
2006 ‘NEUROCULTURE’, WESPORT ART CENTRE, CONNECTICUT, USA, [April-May].
‘GENES AND GENIUS’, SCIENCE MUSEUM, LONDON, [FEB], MENDEL MUSEUM, (ABBEY OF ST THOMAS), BRNO, CZECH, REPUBLIC
MAGIC FOREST, VIDEO VERSION, ESOF, MUNICH, GEMANY
2007 PRODUCTION OF WORK FOR THE PERMANENT GALLERIES AT THE WELLCOME TRUST

WORK IN COLLECTIONS

ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL LIBRARIES, ESSEX.
CHASE MANHATTAN BANK, LONDON.
UNILEVER, LONDON.
KAEMPHER CORPORATION, WASHINGTON DC, USA.
COOPERS AND LYBRAND, LONDON.
MERRICK FINCH, MUNICH, WEST GERMANY.
COLUMBUS STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, USA.
TASIS AMERICAN COLLEGE, FARNHAM, SURREY.
PRUDENTIAL COLLECTION, PRUDENTIAL HEAD OFFICE, LONDON.
WINCHESTER SCHOOL OF ART, ARTISTS BOOKS COLLECTION, WINCHESTER, HANTS.

AWARDS

HONORARIUM, COLUMBUS STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, USA.
ACULTY OF ART AWARD SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY, 1998.
HONORARIUM, TASIS AMERICAN COLLEGE, FARNHAM, SURREY.
FACULTY OF ART AWARD SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY, 2000.
NEW COLLEGE RESEARCH SUPPORT AWARD, SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY, 2002.
AHRB AWARD, FOR SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION FOR HEAD ON, 2001.
‘MEDECINE IN SOCIETY’, WELLCOME TRUST GRANT, WELCOME TRUST, LONDON, 2002.
STANLEY PICKER FELLOWSHIP, KINGSTON UNIVERSITY, LONDON.
ARTS COUNCIL INDIVIDUAL AWARD, AUGUST 2004.
ARTS COUNCIL INDIVIDUAL AWARD, NOVEMBER 2005.
CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN AWARD, JULY 2007

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Ulea  Wesemeyer | EN10027 (uleawesemeyer)

Ulea Wesemeyer | EN10027 wrote on November 10, 2012 17:13:

Artdoxa is great to get to know other creative people from all over the planet. I love the travels once in a while thru artdoxa and than to get surprised to by example, find your work. Thank you for being here. All the best. Ulea

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Marla Lombard (MarlaLombard)

Marla Lombard wrote on June 14, 2010 18:47:

Wow. Your CV is impressive.