Andrew Hodgson


Andrew Hodgson is an English writer and researcher living in Paris. He is the author of the critical studies The Post-War Experimental Novel (Bloomsbury, 2019) and Surrealisms (Bloomsbury, 2025), as well as the novels Reperfusion (WPS&B, 2012) and Mnemic Symbols (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2019). For the book New Forms of Art and Contagious Mental Illness (New Documents, 2023), he selected and translated a series of texts from Danish into English, describing an episode in art history following the First World War when avant-garde art and literature were considered a pathogen of a "contagious ophthalmic psychopathy". His writings have appeared in frieze, Art Basel, The Paris Review, The Guardian, 3:AM Magazine &c.