Andrew Scott

Associate Professor

Andrew Scott is a visual artist living and working in Dallas Texas. Holding a B.F.A. from Long Island University, Southampton and an M.F.A. from The Ohio State University, he also studied at the OSU Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD).

His, studio practice focuses on the intersection of digital fabrication technologies and traditional fine arts practices. In his work he uses computer graphics software with 3d printers, cnc mills, laser cutters, laser scanners and projection mapped images and animation. He combines these tools with traditional fine arts processes to create works that evoke collective cultural ideals.

His work has been exhibited locally, nationally and internationally. He has also worked on several public art and large civic projects. In 2014 he completed a memorial to fallen police officers for the city of Gainesville Florida. His first projection mapped sculpture “Reliquary was presented in the 2015 PULSE Art and Technology festival at the Jepson Museum in Savannah Georgia. In 2013 he was invited as the featured artist for the Cartasia Sculpture Biennial in Lucca Italy. His work Black Man Grove Resilience graced the historic Piazza San Michele. During the Same year his sculpture “Follow the Drinking Gourd” was presented in PULSE festival and remained suspended in the Atrium of the Jepson Museum throughout the year. In 2014 he participated in the “Signs of Life” exhibition at Rush Arts Corridor Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. In 2011 he presented “Digital Sculpture Explorations” at the Jepson Museum. In 2008 he installed the world’s largest gavel in the south reflecting pool of the Ohio Supreme court.

Andrew F. Scott is currently an Associate Professor of Art and Technology at the University of Texas at Dallas where he teaches courses in digital fabrication.