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Andrew Scott is an artist and educator working at the intersection of digital fabrication technologies and traditional fine arts practice. Trained in sculpture, he employs laser cutters, CNC mills, 3D printers and scanning to fabricate objects, create installations and immersive visual experiences using projection mapping. His creative practice spans more than three decades. Working at a variety of scales and in diverse materials he creates work that are both technically compelling and socially relevant. His work has been exhibited worldwide in galleries, museums and other venues. He has completed several permanent public art projects and participated on design teams with architects and engineers on major civic projects. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he currently resides and works in Dallas, Texas.

“The residency in Dresden was one of the most transformative experiences of my life. It allowed me to make lifelong friends and touch base with friends that had relocated to Germany. It also put my work on the firm path of integrating technology into my work.”