Landscape is a fundamental theme in my art. In my landscape works in found stones, I wish to articulate ideas about the interaction of man and the environment, continuing a dialog of thousands of years and exploring the necessary, but fragile, nature of this interaction. By using locally available materials, and the primeval, meaning-laden form of the cairn, I am trying to create monuments with shamanistic qualities that resonate with the landforms among which they are situated. A series of my steel works also explores the imagery, vocabulary and shapes of landscape, paradoxically representing the natural world in a manufactured, geometric substrate. More recent works have brought the stones of my landscape works into steel sculptures, contrasting the properties and character of the industrial and natural materials.
Most of my recent works have been electronic, particularly computer generated videos. These deal with the same themes (landscape, religion, vocabulary of form) as my previous work, as well as issues of identity.
Andrew Senior has also published extensively on his technical research in human-computer interaction, multimedia and pattern recognition, for which he holds several patents.