Artists and Climate Change.com have just published an article about my renewable energy installations Link to Artists and Climate Change web site
The newest addition to my ongoing “Impossible Objects” series. Look Cool and Save the Planet!
To mark 40 years of my work in video and sound installation and to coincide with the acquisition of documentation of my early work (photos, writings, diagrams and publications) by Tate Britain in 2020, I have just published a two-volume catalogue raisonné Video & Sound Installations: 1980-2020 ( ISBN: 9781034316350) Video & Sound Installations: 1980-2020: […]
I have begun working on the first stage of a new installation project which involves digitising brief fragments of 8mm film shot by my father during the 1960’s.
Technology, Design and the Arts – Opportunities and Challenges, Earnshaw, R., Liggett, S., Excell, P., Thalmann, D. (Eds.), just published by Springer.com, this open access book contains two chapters that feature my work. Chapter 15: Chris Meigh-Andrews, Digital Moving Image Installations and Renewable Energy: 1994–2018 Chapter 18: Dr Alan Summers: In Darwin’s Garden: An Evolutionary […]
I have been developing a new version of my gallery installation “Blue Sky Thinking”, one of four new works which will be exhibited at the Ruskin Gallery in Cambridge during March 2019.
On October 4th I climbed the series of four chain routes to reach the summit of Mt Ishizuchi in Ehime Prefecture, Japan recording the sounds and images of my ascent with a 360 degree video camera. The panoramic images and sounds of the mountain landscape I have recorded will be used to develop an immersive […]
I will be participating in the Cuckoo Farm Open Studios event next weekend. There will be a preview of my most recently completed installation Impossible Object Number 3 (After Man Ray)
Climbing Mt. Ishizuchi, a Sacred Mountain and the highest peak in Western Japan I am currently developing a new installation project which will involve making a high-definition panoramic video recording of my ascent to the shrine at the top of Mt Ishizuchi, one of Japan’s Seven Holy Mountains. It will take approximately 3-4 hours to […]