Andy Hall was born in 1972.
Based in Chicago the contemporary American artist + designer Andy Hall develops objects and exhibition designs for renowned sites including The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Art Museum, Memphis, Chicago Cultural Center..
Raised in Kansas, Hall studied design at the University of Kansas, then worked as a ceramic technician in Pennsylvania and Vermont. He received an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2000.
Hall identifies himself as an artist and designer that moves playfully between focused production and improvised experiments. He uses a broad range of craft and digital approaches as a means to generate new knowledge, explore form, and ask material questions. He aims to make minimalistic designs with an unpretentious sense of humor.
Hall is an Assistant Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.