2006-2013 depersonalisation themes.

The paintings, sculptures and assemblages created between 2006 and 2013 deal with subject matter that dwells on psychological disturbance and confused bodily attachments to others. With interest in extreme behavioral themes of depersonalisation and disfunctional sexual attachments; these works are presented and defined purely by their visual intrigue and are deliberately unsupported by any form of explanatory text information beyond their title.


Andrew Litten artist painting

Mutual Bodies oil on board


sculptures andrew litten

‘Father Hated Me’ He Frequently Says

Andrew Litten sculpture

Throat wire and coloured latex 2005 












Andrew Litten assemblages

Score Men oil and silver enamel on wood 2007

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Score Man oil on assembled wood 2007

Andrew Litten artist sculpture

Tally Men oil on assembled wood 100 x 110cm 2010



litten mask painting artist

Muted 100 x 100 cm oil on board 2008



Andrew Litten art artist

Man Mask nylon, filler and wire with silicone and colour 2006



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Two Way oil on board 60 x 120 cm 2008


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Antagonist oil on board 60 x 105 2009




















sculptures andrew litten

Man With Bib latex  hair and filler with bib 50 x 40 x 30 cm 2011


Sculpture Andrew Litten art artist

Fake nylon fabric wire and filler












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Gender Scramble acrylic and spray paint on paper 100 x 70 cm 2010

Andrew Litten painting

Male/ Female Automaton Couple (making appropriate specific hand gestures) mixed media and hair (gender specific) on board 2010















andrew litten polaroid

Polaroids 1 2 3 oil on undeveloped polaroid 2006