- Born of Hungarian
immigrants in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Andrew
is settled in Massachusetts, where he works
in his home-based studio.
- Andrew began
drawing as a child, and went on to study Art
History at UMass-Lowell. In time, he noticed
a missing link in art history: the connection between
computer pixels, tile mozaics and the texture of woven cloth. This fascination developed into
his own style of painting called
"Quadretti". Since 1992, this has been
his signature style of painting. He pursues other
art-forms, including music and digital video/DVD
- Vintage Company,
Lowell, MA - group show, 1997
- Digital Equipment
Corp. - 1994
- Tewksbury Public
Library - 1993
- Boott Mills
Museum, Lowell, MA- 1992/1993
- Gallery East,
Boston, MA - group show, 1984
- Brush Art Gallery,
Lowell, MA - multiple shows, 1992, 1993, 1995
- Lowell Museum,
Lowell, MA - group show, 1978
- First Place -
Chelmsford Art Society Show, 1992
- Showing - Lowell
- Honorable Mention - Los Angeles Reel Film Festival
- Andrew began
experimenting with tape loops and synthesizers in
1979. He released his first 7" vinyl EP in 1983. He now
has 65 recordings released on vinyl and CD in 4
countries in Europe and the U.S. His work incorporates a range of
international electronic music styles, which has
been grouped and released under different band
- for the gothic synth pop material, this is
mostly solo, but has at various times become an
ensemble of 4 musicians for recording and
touring. This project has recorded 12 releases
for 3 labels and toured New England and Germany.
The sound has been compared to Severed Heads,
Fad Gadget, Gary Numan, Sisters of
- Dominion -
for the dark, yet ethereal, ambient material,
this solo project incorporates influences from
Eno to Xymox. Includes 7 releases on 4 labels in
the US and Europe, including one release on Metropolis
- Compound -
for the industrial sounding material, this unique
ensemble of 3 members worked individually in 2
locations hundreds of miles apart and layered
contributions onto tape at their own studios. The
resulting works became 3 releases on Dossier
- Parade of
Sinners - for the loop-based material, this
solo project harkens back to the roots of
tape/media manipulation, while including
synthetic rhythms and melodies. Originally
released as cassettes on K.O. City.
- True Age
- simple yet sophistcated, dark yet uplifting,
this duo produces rich blends of acoustic and
analog and digital electronics woven into
evokative improvisational electronica.
- Fossil Man - a tribute to and updating of the classic sounds of the 1970s Electro-Punk sound of The Cure and Devo, Gary Numan, etc.
- Different facets
of Andrew's work have found their own outlets and audiences. And by releasing work on labels in
Belgium, Brazil, France, Germany and Portugal, his
following is more international than local.
- In addition to the
contracted label releases, Andrew's work has
appeared on dozens of compilations throughout the
- Andrew has toured
in the U.S. and Europe under the Data-Bank-A
- In addition to
writing, recording and producing all his music,
Andrew has prepared three spoken word recordings
to accompany his poetry chapbooks.
- Video Works:
- Andrew began experimenting
with video in 1991. Since then he has produced dozens of music videos
and 3 documentary movies: "Grindstone Redux: the story of the 1980s
Underground Music Network," "The Last Farm in Lowell," and "The Last Pow-Wow Oak" and "Let's Go to The Rat"
- "A Pinch of Paprika"
- "Grindstone Redux"
- "Let's Go to The Rat"
- "The Last Pow-Wow Oak"
- "Data-Bank-A: Book A"