Featurette about Andy Behrle's Ku'u Hae Aloha project in Honolulu Museum of Art's Artists of Hawai'i Now exhibition.
Part one of KHON2 "Take2" feature on Honolulu Museum of Art's Artists of Hawai'i Now exhibition gives a preview of some artwork in the exhibition, including Andy Behrle's Ku'u Hae Aloha (My Beloved Quilt).
Get to know internationally-acclaimed light art phenom Andy Behrle, who led Wailuku's SMALL TOWN * BIG ART program's very first community collaboration in the Fall of 2019. Following four months of project development, Andy worked with dozens of community members to research, reimagine and refine a light installation depicting a stained glass window from St. Anthony’s Church before it was lost to a devastating fire in 1977. Through hours of footage collected at different points of the Wailuku River, panes of glass were replaced with visions of water. Inspired by ʻōlelo Ma ka hana ka ‘ike (in working, one learns), the piece was on view for one night only, projected onto the historic ʻĪao Theater, yet has lived on as an exemplary moment of Wailuku community building, historic preservation and outstanding public art.
Coffee Without Milk: The Ebb & Flow Arts Podcast #007 w/ special guest Andy Behrle
Join the conversation with master sculptor and craftsman Andy Behrle as he discusses his process, technique, and inspiration for a variety of works involving light, electronics, sound, architecture, projected video, and handsomely refurbished Victrola's adapted to play the music of the stars.
Artist Interview with Andy Behrle, discussing his most recent work "Cosmos Aquatic" that will be exhibited with Interstitial Theatre at Bumbershoot 2014.
Whether in the form of light projecting through moving water, or radio waves vibrating through weather balloons, Andy Behrle's work reflects upon the dichotomies of our existence. Behrle received his MFA in sculpture from Arizona State University in 2003. in 2012 he was selected for inclusion in ArtPrize 2012 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and was an artist-in-residence at A Studio in the Woods in New Orleans, Louisiana. He presently resides in Zillah, Washington.