U.S. Artist Explores Motion in Valoarte

September 12, 2008

An artist who has lived in Atlanta, Brussels, and now San José, Andrew Hardin doesn´t like to sit still. His hands move rapidly as he talks, and his conversation flits along just as fast, flying from topic to topic. He changes countries almost as frequently as artistic mediums, and the idea of a vacation makes him visibly uncomfortable. It makes sense, then, that Hardin, the only Gringo to be selected for this year´s prestigious Valoarte exhibition contest, explores his preoccupation with constant motion in his art.

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