Solo Exhibition at the Minories Gallery, Nov 2014-Jan 2015

Chris Meigh-Andrews: Sculpting with Light & Time- Installations and Video: 1978-2014

Preview, Friday 7 November 6 to 9pm
Exhibition open Saturday 8 November to Saturday 3 January 2014
Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm

A survey exhibition of moving image and installations including early single-screen videotapes, video documentation of previous large-scale installations, and new and recent moving image and sound installations using renewable energy systems.

"Wawel Castle From Debinicki Bridge", Krakow, Poland, 2004

Tests for “In Darwin’s Garden” Installation at Benham Gallery, July 2014

An image of the test structure for the gallery version of In Darwin’s Garden, an augmented reality installation I have been developing in collaboration with Dr Alan Summers. Gallery visitors will be able to experience a composite view of time lapse video and photographic images of the venerable mulberry tree at Down House, the home of Charles Darwin and his family. The tree, which was already of considerable age when the Darwins were in residence, is in its final stages, although currently still alive. This work, which has an on-line version at, is due to be presented at ISEA (International Symposium of Electronic Art) in Dubai, Oct-Nov 2014.

Sculptural structure for the augmented reality installation of "In Darwin's Garden" (2011-14)

Move to New Studio

This month I have moved to a new larger studio, which is not only more spacious, but has the added advantage of being on the ground floor!

Exterior of my new studio at Cuckoo Farm

“La Lune: Energy Producing Art”, NSW, Australia- May 10th-18th, 2014

A new version of my solar-powered sound installation, Aeolian Processes II will be presented in “La Lune: Energy Producing Art” an outdoor exhibition of renewable energy artworks along the Long Reef headland on the coast of New South Wales near Sydney, Australia from May 10th-18th. The exhibition, curated by Allan Giddy, director of  the Environmental Research Initiative for Art at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, will include outdoor works by a number of Australian and international artists working with renewable energy technologies.

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