Available Works by Andy Vogt

“My work takes the upheaval of demolition and the un-making of spaces as a starting point. My primary material has been salvaged wood lath, the interior skeleton of pre-World War II buildings that holds plaster on their aging walls.” — Andy Vogt

About Andy Vogt

My work takes the upheaval of demolition and the un-making of spaces as a starting point. My primary material has been salvaged wood lath, the interior skeleton of pre-World War II buildings that holds plaster on their aging walls. 

Texas A&M University

“This piece is inspired by the moment of upheaval that architectural demolition brings. When the wrecking ball takes down a vintage building, those materials are thrown into chaos, lightened through the entropic release of force. They change states and become a drawing medium where new forms arise from the dusty rubble.”

THE END photobook

A limited edition book of Andy Vogt’s street photos of trash, people, animals and landscapes taken between '94 and '07. Designed and produced by Colpa Press, SF.