StartUp
StartUp

2016

Gallery 151, Curated by Wallplay

The second iteration of Evan’s installation “The App Store”, originally created for the Parrish Art Museum, imitates the Apple Inc. retail experience, but instead of displaying iPhones, MacBooks etc. “The App Store” installation displays sculptural objects that are a satire on the modern tech industry and our digital consumption. This image shows the front/ retail half of “The App Store”.

StartUp
StartUp

2016

Gallery 151, Curated by Wallplay

The second iteration of Evan’s installation “The App Store”, originally created for the Parrish Art Museum, imitates the Apple Inc. retail experience, but instead of displaying iPhones, MacBooks etc. “The App Store” installation displays sculptural objects that are a satire on the modern tech industry and our digital consumption. This image shows the work in the back-half of “The App Store” installation at Gallery 151.

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2016

Vessel Gallery

An installation showing special edition pieces from Evan’s original installation “The App Store”.

Time Erases Everything
Time Erases Everything

2018

Spring Break Art Fair

Curated by Anastasia Voron

A an adaptation of the works curated for Evan’s “The App Store” and works made for “The Museum of Capitalism”.

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Time Erases Everything
StartUp

2016

Gallery 151, Curated by Wallplay

The second iteration of Evan’s installation “The App Store”, originally created for the Parrish Art Museum, imitates the Apple Inc. retail experience, but instead of displaying iPhones, MacBooks etc. “The App Store” installation displays sculptural objects that are a satire on the modern tech industry and our digital consumption. This image shows the front/ retail half of “The App Store”.

StartUp

2016

Gallery 151, Curated by Wallplay

The second iteration of Evan’s installation “The App Store”, originally created for the Parrish Art Museum, imitates the Apple Inc. retail experience, but instead of displaying iPhones, MacBooks etc. “The App Store” installation displays sculptural objects that are a satire on the modern tech industry and our digital consumption. This image shows the work in the back-half of “The App Store” installation at Gallery 151.

COMMAND: // AMPLIFY

2016

Vessel Gallery

An installation showing special edition pieces from Evan’s original installation “The App Store”.

Time Erases Everything

2018

Spring Break Art Fair

Curated by Anastasia Voron

A an adaptation of the works curated for Evan’s “The App Store” and works made for “The Museum of Capitalism”.

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