Andrew Chan is a multidisciplinary artist from Malaysia residing in Naarm/Melbourne. Their primary focus is in fibre arts and visual design. Their work often weaves together the intersectional stories of migrants, queer people and people of colour, providing a platform for stories from the marginalised community.


They had their first exhibition in Blak Dot Gallery called “Rebuilding Queerness” (2022), where they collaborated with five Naarm based BIPOC artists to tell their Queer journey through fibre and performance. They are also part of an international group exhibition called HIV Art for Science 2023 in Brisbane where their artwork Caught Between States was inspired by a scientist’s study on forcibly displaced queer migrants and their migration struggles. They have also exhibited in Australian Design Centre and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. They are the recipient of Living Positive Victoria’s Community Development Award 2022 for their work in HIV advocacy through wearable art.