Simon Fuh is an artist and writer based in Toronto, Canada. He has a Master’s of Visual Studies from the University of Toronto, where he was awarded the Joseph Armand Bombardier SSHRC Scholarship.
Simon's work spans a wide range of media, but coalesces around sound, installation, collaboration, and drawing. He tends to build relationships with friends and community through his work, often incorporating a performative or narrative element that influences the trajectory of projects. This flexible, social-conceptual approach informs how Simon explores recurring themes of place, memory, and microhistory.
Recent exhibitions include tangles, overlays, and lines drawn elsewhere, InterAccess (Toronto, ON) Memory Theatre, 1 Spadina Cres. (Toronto, ON), places where sounds turn to dreams…, Hearth Gallery (Toronto, ON), Eternal Wish Radio, Forest City Gallery (London, ON), and Down the Rabbit Hole, 330g (Saskatoon, SK). Simon has published writing with C Magazine, Hearth Gallery, and Susan Hobbs Gallery, and published a book of writing titled For Now You Had to Be There with Gravitron Press in 2022.