Andrew Fallat

Andrew Fallat

Andrew Fallat is a sculptor who has worked out of Seattle since 2005. He creates complex sculptural systems. Much of his work is about the instruments we make to understand our place among each other and the natural world. Recently, he has been practicing a wide variety of traditional processes to understand and utilize the plasticity of materials. His work is often kinetic, object based , and droll. He was selected for the Bellevue Arts Museum metal-focused  biennial in 2016 and is the recipient of grants from Artist Trust and 4Culture.  He has received a BFA from the Herron School of Art and Design and a MFA from the University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design.

New Media Gallery 2020/2021


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Sound Clips
  • Close up of a sculpture from Andrew Fallat's installation TImbre; metal objects suspended over a speaker.
    Andrew Fallat New Media Gallery Interview
  • Nat Evans - Gradient
Education Projects
Close-up image of a wooden sculpture with holes and vibrating strings like a musical instrument.

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