Andrew Schneider is a performer and interactive-electronics artist based in Brooklyn, New York. He was a company member of The Wooster Group (performer/video) from 2007-2014. His solo performance work has been seen at PS122, the Chocolate Factory, River to River festival, and The Prelude Festival, among others. He also creates wearable interactive devices (such as the Solar Bikini – a bikini that charges your smart phone) which have been featured in Wired, TimeOutNY, Make, Art Review, Sony Tech Wonder Labs, and at the Center Pompidou in Paris. He is a 2014 Tom Murrin Performance Award winner and currently being commissioned by PS122 for a new work in 2015. Andrew Holds a Masters Degree in Interactive Telecommunications from NYU.
(Applied Creativity founder Andrew Horwitz first curated Andrew Schneider into Performance Space 122’s Avant-Garde-Arama in 2005, subsequently in the Prelude Festival and, most recently, presented his work in the 2013 River To River Festival as part of a programming track co-curated with Laurie Anderson)