Andy Lock profile /



An artist and researcher who works with photography, Andy Lock has exhibited work at venues and photography festivals in the UK, the US, India and China, with solo shows in 2006 at the University of Michigan Museum of Art and in 2009 at George Eastman House, Rochester, NY. His work has also formed a part of a V&A international touring exhibition, Something That I’ll Never Really See, 2011.

Andy’s photographic work is held in major public collections in the US and the UK. His photographs have also featured in books, including the M. Barnes and K. Best (2006) Twilight, and in journals, including Portfolio, EXIT, Grafik and Architectural Design.

Andy has a particular interest in the ways in which photography constructs the viewer’s experience of architecture and of place; subjects which form the focus of his current research, writing and practice.

Recent conference papers include: What has occurred only once: photography’s engagement with the complex “lives” of buildings. (with Iain Anderson, RCAHMS), at Mediated City, London, 2014.

Published writing includes, At Once Irrational and Objective: Photography’s Construction of Place, in Berberich, Campbell, Hudson eds., Affective Landscapes in Literature, Art and Everyday Life, Ashgate, 2015.