Clerk of Mind
Forms of Imagining – Clerk of Mind (Project Press)
Published on Dec 7, 2016
Published as an edition of Forms of Imagining, a series published by Project Press based on the exhibitions programme of Project Arts Centre, Dublin. This edition focuses on Clerk of Mind by Chris Evans (05/11/14 – 17/01/15) curated by Kate Strain.
Text by Claire Feeley Dublin, March 2016
ISBN 978-1-872493-57-2 Editor: Kate Strain © The Artist, Writers and Project Press
Goofy Audit, Chris Evans, Collected Works 1998–2011
Published by Sternberg Press & Thea Westreich/Ethan Wagner Publications, New York
Design & catalogue entries by Will Holder
WESTREICH / WAGNER, NY
→ Westreich / Wagner, NY
Published by I.C.A. London, 2010
Blockprinted binder containing five scripts written in collaboration with Will Bradley, Walid El Kafrawy, Nina Power and Tirdad Zolghadr
Designed by Will Holder
Edition of 100, signed and numbered
→ I.C.A. London
POINT AT IT, LIKE A FARMER AT A PIG
Published by RCA, London (insert to the catalogue for the RCA curating department exhibition Friends of the Divided Mind), 2009.
8 pps. Offset, stapled. Designed by Stuart Bailey. Contains poem by Matthew Welton.
Commissioned by Black Diamond Press, NY & International Project Space, Birmingham & Stedelijk Bureau Amsterdam. 2007
Edited by Chris Evans, Duncan Hamilton and Stuart Bailey
Essays by Alex Farquharson, Robert Garnett, Jan Verwoert
Designed by Stuart Bailey
→ Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam
MAGNETIC PROMENADE (and other sculpture parks)
Published by Studio Voltaire, 2006
Raymond Roussel, Will Bradley, Natasha Soobramanien, Edward Gorey, Graham Fagen, Joanne Tatham & Tom O'Sullivan, Neil Mulholland, Jon Wood, David Burrows & Simon O'Sullivan, Padraig Timoney, Will Holder, Liam Gillick, Rita McBride & Glen Rubsamen, Jaki Irvine, Niru Ratnam, Keren Cytter, Matthew Welton
Colour images: Magnetic Promenade I - IV & edited by Chris Evans
Editorial assistance: Natasha Soobramanien, Rob Tufnell, Will Holder, Linda Gordon
Design: Will Holder
→ Studio Voltaire, London
Published by Peacock Visual Arts, Art Museum of Estonia and City Projects, 2005
16pps. Offset, perfect bound. Cover screenprinted in white ink.
Contains introduction and notes on the proposed sculptures.
GEMINI SCULPTURE PARK
Published by Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, 2001
Essays by Stacy Boldrick, Will Bradley
Edited & designed by Chris Evans
→ Henry Moore Foundation