John Andrew is a "sculptor" who uses material, relationship to the body, and language acquisition as his primary mediums. Acting as a director (such as in film) he selects mediums and methods to be cast in individual roles. To evoke the above mediums may seem obvious in regards to art (understandably so), but each of these elements provide a plethora of possible pieces to shape into objects, images, and information. These composed individual units act as vehicles with a balance between formalist structure and interpretive openness. All are used as a vocabulary to create a dialogue (to fill in the gaps) between person and object.