Simon Starling

Based on intensive research and (self-)experimentation, the works of Turner Prize winner Simon Starling (born 1967 in in Epsom, Surrey, lives and works in Copenhagen and berlin) works take the form of multipart installations that incorporate technological trappings, films, photography, objects, performance, and publications. With a sharp interest in and a decisive concern for the historical and especially the history of science and technology, Starling implicates history's untimely workings in the present.
Simon Starling - A–Z
English edition
Mousse - Mousse Publishing (books)
A pocket, non illustrated mid-career catalogue raisonné of a practice now spanning over two decades.
Simon Starling - Peep-Hole Sheet - Woven Worlds – Some Notes on a Work in Progress
English edition
Peep-Hole Sheet
Mousse - Mousse Publishing (books)
Taking as a starting point the description of an exhibition project, the British artist reflects on the creative process, serendipity, and writing as an exploratory tool in conceiving and creating a work.
Simon Starling - Reprototypes, Triangulations and Road Tests
English edition
Sternberg Press - Monographs and artists' books
Seven seminal works by Simon Starling and Superflex in a dialogical setting.

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