Andrew Ginzel (born 1954, Chicago) has created a diverse range of site-specific works throughout the world for museums, galleries, architectural spaces and performance. Often working in collaboration with artist Kristin Jones, large-scale works in Manhattan include Metronome on Union Square, and Oculus throughout the World Trade / Chambers Street Subway station, in the Kansas City and Tampa Airports and public buildings nationwide. Awards include the Rome Prize, the Bessie, three NEA grants, Pollock Krasner and the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundations, Indo-American, NYSCA, NYFA and Rockefeller Foundation fellowships. Ginzel teaches at the School of Visual Arts and lives and works in New York City.