Working in film and video, sound, performances and installations, Andy Graydon explores the development and transformation of forms, from morphogenesis to translation to decay. His work engages structures of music such as scoring and improvisation; interested in natural and social ecologies and the role of listening and the voice, he seeks to create evolving relations between subjects, objects and environments. Graydon is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Maui, Hawai’i. His work has been presented internationally at the New Museum, Participant Inc, New York; Berlinische Galerie, Berlin; the Frye Art Museum, Seattle; Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, Mass.; Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawai’i; Wroclaw Media Arts Bienniale, Poland; and others. Graydon has been artist in residence at the MacDowell Colony, New Hampshire; NKD Norwegian Artists’ Center, Norway; and the Center for Computer Music, Brooklyn College. Graydon received his MFA in Radio, Television, and Film from Northwestern University.