Author Archives: Andrew Haskins


Ahh, the pride and the pain, the elation and the emptiness…. Echo has been sold. I was awakened on Sunday morning by a call from the curator of the art sale where Echo was on display: a collector was interested in the … Continue reading

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Get Your Blog On!

Are you ready to stake your claim in the cyber-world, but don’t have a clue where to start? Look no further! For a limited time only, Andrew Haskins (Editor-in-Chief of Mnemosyne magazine) will be leading a series of seminars called: … Continue reading

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12/02/12 Update! Echo has been sold! This sculpture was an attempt to interpret an object which can only be properly represented in four dimensions: the Klein bottle. It explores themes of recursion, and memory (the different views present similar, but … Continue reading

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Seven Hills of MUNI, #1: Russian Hill

This piece was a response to a class assignment: “Make a landscape, but no pastoral scenes; something new.” It was the only time that I have ever been instructed: “sculpt this.” Every other work–before and since–has been whatever I felt … Continue reading

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This is my first ever sculpture in stone. It’s a nod to my parallel life as a neuroscientist. A sleeping head is cut away to show the discrete memories of waking life being woven into the holistic entity we know … Continue reading

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Elegy for Renaissance

There was a time, not that long ago, when the term Renaissance man was invoked in admiration.  The generalist genius was recognized as an innovator, a problem solver, a—dare I say it?—game changer.  No longer; this is the era of … Continue reading

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