Andrew Tetzlaff

Tetzlaff’s practice looks at ways in which barely visible or the intangible energies—things such as the weight of air, the force of gravity or thewarmth of light—mark and are revealed through material. By juxtaposing photomedia with simple objects or processes his work is an effort to poetically draw out and manifest the small complexities of the world around us.

Tetzlaff is an academic, artist, curator and currently a PhD candidate at RMIT University. He has shown work in exhibitions in Australia, the United States, Japan, Austria and Germany.