Andy Gracie

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  • ISEA2010

    Andy Gracie, London -1967, is an artist working between various disciplines including installation, robotics, sound, video and biological practice. The work he produces is situated between the arts and the sciences, creating situations of exchange between natural and artificial systems which allow new emergent behaviours to develop. His work has been shown in many exhibitions across the UK and in France, Spain, USA, Japan, Mexico and Australia including special commissions for new works from the Arnolfini in Bristol, Organismos in Barcelona and AV06 in North East England. He has also exhibited at ISEA, Artbots, Radar, Ars Electronica and at the Capital of Culture robotic exhibitions as part of Lille2004. He has also presented at numerous conferences and seminars internationally including Transmediale (Berlin) , Dias de Bioarte (Barcelona), Rules of Engagement (York), Open Friday (Barcelona), AV06 (Middlesborough) and FLAIRS (Florida). His work has received honourable mentions from VIDA (2007) and Ars Electronica (2007). He has written and had published a number of articles and papers including Aminima magazine, the journal of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence and the catalogue for Break2.3 in Slovenia


    Gracie/Bradley/Speakman/Madowe/Mawford are a collective of individual artists based in Bristol, Burrow Bridge, Liverpool, and Manchester who occasionally combine to produce innovative and challenging pieces of technological installation and performance. Between them they have a strong track record in sound design, installation, music, web design, video, live art and robotics and have shown work in major venues across the UK.

    Gracie – sonic manipulation, installations and robots

    Bradley – composition, live art, recording and Djing

    Speakman – artist, musician and interactive media designer

    Madowe – sound designer and singer

    Mawford -video artist, web and graphic designer.

Last Known Location:

  • GB

Previous Location(s):

  • ES



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