Andrew Omoding’s work is intuitive and instinctive. He buzzes around the studio, exploring cupboards and shelves for buried treasures, which he uses to create large-scale sculptural forms, using his tacit knowledge of form, shape and construction to add and discard elements as he works. Andrew builds up his creations by systematic layering, wrapping and attaching, adding textile swatches, painted patterns and textures to complete the piece.
Much of Andrew’s work involves story telling and performance, incorporating music and both written and spoken language. Andrew weaves, sews, threads, constructs, hammers and screws materials together merging with and becoming part of the work while simultaneously singing and telling stories.
Andrew’s work is personal, sometimes autobiographical and always intriguing.
“I consider Andrew Omoding one of the most interesting and talented artists working at the moment.” Marc Steene, Director, Outside In
Oh Wow! 32 Responses to Colour and Light, Cockpit Arts Summer Open Studios, 2014 (group show)
Pump House Open, Pump House Gallery, 2013 (group show)
I Was Framed, Cockpit Arts Christmas Open Studios, 2013 (group show)
Shape Open on tour, The Nunnery Gallery; The Chocolate Factory; LCB Depot, Leicester; Lewisham Arthouse, 2013 (group show)
Dreamcatcher. Moment in Time. Part of Shape in the City, Gracechurch Street, 2013 (group show)
Unwrapped, Cockpit Arts Christmas Open Studios, 2013 (group show)
Man Climbing a Later, part of “Adopting Britain” Exhibition at Southbank Centre 2015.
Workshop Leader in the Partnership Project with The Village School, 2015
Bibliography / Press
Marchand, Trevor H.J. (2016) The Art of Andrew Omoding.