“I just make shit,” says Matt Evans. “It’s part of who I am.”
Born and raised in Atlanta, Evans, 29, has spent his entire life making art. He attended Fernbank Elementary School and when middle school rolled around, he kept his hands busy creating films and using sculpey clay.
At its core, Evans’ work is centered around how technology distorts perception. To him, technology relates to how everything is interfaced through social media and how people are becoming exponentially more integrated into digital personas.
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