For ten years Andrew has been exploring forgotten corners of cities all over Europe. From the abandoned car parks of Paris, the lonely streets in London, the baked concrete of Barcelona to the graffiti covered walls of Berlin. Finding beauty in lines, shapes and forms where others walk past oblivious. What started as a photography project in 2009 has now incorporated ink drawings, watercolours and screen prints. Hundreds of works, all from those simple forms found in the quiet corners.
The project speaks about people’s constant need for consuming the new. With passing time, as the pristine becomes worn, people lose interest. Places and objects are left behind to age quietly.
There is beauty in the worn and left objects in the world and instead of abandoning them perhaps we should appreciate them as they are weathered by time.