Location: Hammond Gallery
Living surrounded by box ironbark forest, the natural world influences and informs Andre’s work, which has an organic aesthetic. A recent series of works was based around the local birds and native grasses on his property.
With a focus on sustainability his arts practice is based around using predominately waste and reclaimed materials.
The style of Andre’s work varies greatly. His interest in the possibility of movement has inspired research into kinetic concepts and applied mechanics.
The works in this collection are all made from recycled materials, some of which offer interactivity.
Studio tours are available by appointment.
Banner Image: 'Keeper of the Light' by Andre Sardone, 2018
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'I like the use of ladders and the changing of scale to alter the perception of the viewer.'
'Magpie Max', 2022
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Magpie Max once roamed the bad lands in a flock of mechanical magpies.
Created from an old mountain bike, a whipper snipper motor and various other bits and pieces.
'Waiting Room #2', 2020
This curious piece was made in 2020, about the same time as the pandemic arrived.
It raises a few questions, and is somewhere that I wouldn’t mind having to wait for a while.
We would like to pay our respects to the traditional owners of the land on which our building stands, their leaders, past, present and emerging.