Andrew Cozzens is a visual artist who researches time subjectivity and its effect on human experience and aging. He has exhibited his work nationally and internationally at Georgian in Ontario, Canada; the Arenes du Lutece in Paris, France; SCOPE at Art Basel in Miami Beach, FL; Laumeier Sculpture Park in St. Louis, MO; and the Siena Art Institute in Siena, Italy. In 2010 he was the recipient of the Milliken Travel Grant and the Cite’ Internationale Des Arts Residency in Paris, France. Recently Andrew has curated multiple exhibitions and his essay Simultaneity and the Parallax in Art: The Fallacy of Absolutes was published in the International Journal of Zizek Studies. Andrew has taught Art History, Sculpture, Environmental Art, 3D Design, Art Appreciation, and Drawing courses on the collegiate level. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at the Kentucky College of Art and Design at Spalding University and lives in Louisville, KY.

What do you hope your students take away from your class?

I hope that the students gain a better understanding of working three-dimensionally and a greater awareness of the almost infinite array of materials and processes that can be incorporated. I also hope they gain a deeper appreciation for the arts and what it means to be an artist.

What is your favorite thing to teach and why? 

I love teaching Sculpture and Art History because it combines the knowledge of the history of art with the practical application of that knowledge to create artwork in real space.