Andrea Gaydos Landau
For The Big Bang catalog, the artist writes, "By compiling silent information, dust and residues, this accrual of bits reveals a new order, an entirely new object or material, and exposes the subtle distinction between beauty and the base."
Andrea Gaydos Landau is an artist and educator living in Philadelphia, PA. Recently, her work has been exhibited nationally at Rowan University in NJ, Daimler Financial Corporate Headquarters in MI, and internationally at Korea National University of the Arts in Seoul, South Korea. Her work appeared in "Hothouse", an exhibition exploring the field of Fiber from the past 37 years at Cranbrook Art Museum in Michigan. Locally, Andrea has shown at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, Goldie Paley Gallery, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Cheltenham Center for the Arts, Center for Emerging Visual Artist, and was selected for Philagrafika's Invitational Portfolio. Landau earned an MFA in Fiber from Cranbrook Academy of Art and BFA in Fiber and Material Studies from The Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH. She currently works at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, and teaches at Moore College of Art and Design in the Fine Arts Department & MAF Studio Program.