This monograph is the first publication to present a comprehensive overview of Simon Evans’s unique artistic practice of the past 15 years. Evans was long known only to a small circle of curators and artists. The book features essays that shed light on his oeuvre from an art historical and a socio-cultural perspective. It examines Evans’s collage technique, his diaristic notes and mapping strategies as well as the influence of literature on his art and unconventional working method.
Published by: Kerber Verlag, Berlin / Bielefeld
With texts by: Elodie Evers, Jacob Fabricius, Jens Hoffmann, Anders Kold, Will Self, and Dana Ward
Edited by: Elodie Evers
Softcover with flaps, bound, dust jacket, 176 pages, fully illustrated