Andy Freeman has produced digital and visual artworks and interventions since the late 1990s. Together with Jason Skeet (Ambush Records) he produced net.art pieces such as the performance software
He has worked with artists such as Francesca da Rimini, David Bickerstaff, Lucy Kimble, Susan Collins, Alexi Shulgin and Graham Harwood. Currently lecturer in Creative and Social Technologies at Goldsmiths, University of London, his practice in recent years has focused on environment, data and citizen technoscience. Recent work includes a series of arts technoscience events for Arts Catalyst using technology and arts practices to research historical and ongoing pollution in the Thames Estuary.