Andrew Treloar has been pursuing his art practice since 2009, concurrent with a clothing design career.

His practice is grounded in drawing and extends to painting, installation, performance and transdisciplinary actions. His first solo exhibition, A Figurative Relationship, was at Red Gallery in 2010, followed in 2012 by An Other Thing at Kings ARI. He completed his Masters in Contemporary Art in 2012 and is currently undertaking a Masters in Fine Art by research, studying the interrelationships of human movement within art practice. He has won a number of awards and grants including the Mary and Lou Senini award at McClelland Gallery and the Fiona Myer Award.

Recent works include drawings, a short series of dance films and a series of dance-based events performed in pre-conditioned spaces. He enjoys collaborative relationships with a number of emerging artists and choreographers and companies including Dancenorth, Henry Jock Walker, Leah Landau, Jo Lloyd and Shian Law. He has exhibited and performed with them in various projects in Melbourne and further afield.

Metal (2020) - Costume Designer
– Make Your Own World (2019) - Costume Designer