Art for the Square is a one day pop up public exhibition of creative ideas for public space projects that encompass seating, shelter, planting, sculpture, film, colour, and light. Hills Road students worked for a year with Futurecity, professional artists, and architectural students from Cambridge University to create imaginative ideas that could enliven and help to improve local public space. The project and exhibition were part of the public art programme for The Marque.
Andrew creates work that sits between art and architecture, art with a function to be interacted with, to be touched and experienced in a real and tactile way. Andrew has been commissioned to make work for a number of high profile projects in the UK: he created site specific works for Glastonbury in 2011 and 2013 and work for the London Pleasure Gardens.