Andrew Sim is an artist who lives and works in Glasgow. Their work often references folk takes, mythology, monsters and cryptids (creatures whose existence is the subject of doubt) and the ways in which these link to contemporary Queer identity. They are also co-director of Love Unlimited, a curatorial platform based in Glasgow, and director of Bonjour, a Queer, profit-sharing workers' co-operative and nightclub in the Saltmarket area of Glasgow.
Solo exhibitions include: Karma Gallery, New York; We Two Bigfoots, together clinging, Prouddick HQ, London; New Sodom will be a shining city on a hill, Summerhall, Edinburgh.
Publications include: Archive 002, Gallerie Saint Maison, London; Queer Anthology of Sickness, Pilot Press, London (2019)