Scott Andrew

Adjunct Professor of Art




Scott Andrew is a multimedia artist, working predominantly in video, installation, performance, and new media. His work is inherently collaborative in nature, spanning many modes of inquiry, processes, and themes that adapt based on the nature of the collaboration, and the other artists with whom he is in conversation. Some of the overlapping themes from Scott’s solo work that blend into his collaborative projects include portals to other worlds, voids and vortexes, dominance and submission, and speculative fantasies.

His most notable collaboration, which has become the primary focus of his artistic career within the past few year, is the Institute for New Feeling, a research clinic founded by Scott, along with Agnes Bolt, and Nina Sarnelle. The Institute is committed to the development of new ways of feeling, and ways of feeling new, through treatments, therapies, retreats, research studies and wellness products. The Institute explores criticality around the health, wellness, and beauty industries, and growing concerns with humanity’s relationship to digital existence.

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