Andrew Burton’s installations are often a visual response to landscape. He collects and assemble materials or substances that are at hand, sometimes looking for inspiration in the way that such materials are used locally in craft or building practices, or drawing inspiration from the way they occur naturally. At Hill End he will create a new installation, exploring how Hill End as place speaks to us, both through its ‘natural’ form and through the interventions of others - be they human, or animal. As a British artist, exposure to a new site - new flora, new landscape - will be inspirational.
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IMAGES: (L to R) Andrew Burton, Brownfield or Buddleia Vale? 2014. mixed media including buddleia, roadstone and found ceramics. variable dimensions. Airspace Gallery, Stoke on Trent. Photo credit: Glen Stoker. Andrew Burton, Things Fall Apart 2014. re-used brick. 4m x 3m x 2.25m. MENU IMAGE: Andrew Burton, Buttress 2011 .brick. 3m x 3m x 1m.