Andrew Thorne

a print woth woodcut and screenprinting combined. The woodcut depicts a graphic cityscape in black and yellow. The screen printed areas look like handwritten notes and sticky memos.

Andrew Thorne is an interdisciplinary artist, born and raised on the unceded land of Mi’kma’ki and Wolastoqiyik, in Moncton, New Brunswick. Thorne received an interdisciplinary BFA from NSCAD University in 2020. He recently completed SNAP’s Emerging Artist in Residence, and has since become a regular volunteer and renter. While in Edmonton, Thorne has shown work at Lowlands Project Space, SNAP Gallery and the Brighton Block on Jasper Ave.

Thorne’s practice is rooted in mediums such as woodcut and silkscreen, however, his work is seldom limited to print-making. Sound, installation, journaling and collecting, are all tools used for interrogating the Canadian media complex, and examining the performance of mass media.