Aislinn Evans is an artist, writer, and educator. Their practice exists at the peripheries between art and writing, encompassing publication, performance, and video.
Their top priority is making art that anyone can get their hands on, and anyone can make. Their work intends to speak directly to the working class, to gender-variant people, and especially to people who are both. Usually they just speak for themself.
Their debut pamphlet, The Towns We Leave Hate Us Most, was published by Flipped Eye in 2021. It explores themes of class, kinship, and the subjectivity of place.
They have writing in publications such as Sporazine and Magma magazine, and have worked with organisations such as the Live Art Development Agency and The Barbican.