Andrew Hayes-Watkins' work deals with issues of surveillance and the systems that we put in place in order to be able to observe the masses.
Referencing subject matter from Bentham's Panopticon to the all-pervasive surveillance camera, he creates innovative yet subtle pieces, working directly with the walls, floors or windows of an exhibition space. In representing these systems Andrew encourages us to think about what it means to watch and be watched.
Andrew now lives and works in London. Since showing at g39 he has developed his career as photographer and is now working freelance for the Weekend Telegraph magazine and Vogue among other publications.