Andrew Christie (he/him) is an artist and curator working with digital media, sculpture and installation on Gadigal land. His work is often collaborative and performative with a tendency to play with concepts of the body and sexuality, cultural repatriation in the digital age as well as using a dry sense of humour to critique prevailing structures in the art world and beyond.
His practice has involved digitally reclaiming the Parthenon Marbles from the British Museum via unapproved 3D scanning, running a Marathon in the Museum of Contemporary Art during the closure of USYD's Sydney College of the Arts Callan Park Campus and generating the statistically most average people in Campbelltown who were 3D printed for Looking at Me Through You, held at CAC. He has worked with Sprung Dance on multiple exhibitions and theatre projects including one at NORPA Lismore, was part of Cementa Festival in Kandos, and recently debuted two works for Sydney WorldPride with Transport for NSW in collaboration with Alexandra Jonscher.
Christie grew up in Campbelltown and has been the recipient of Fishers Ghost Award for Sculpture, holds a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Sydney and is the recent Gallery Manager of Annandale Galleries Sydney, exhibiting William Kentridge, Zadok Ben-David, Charles Cooper and artists from North East Arnhem Land including Gunybi Ganambarr, Djambawa Marawili. Mr, Wanambi and John Mawurndjul