Tom Clark, Rózsa Farkas (ed.), (networked) Every Whisper Is a Crash On My Ears, Arcadia Missa Publications, London, 2014, 318 pp, 250 x 176 x 27mm
‘This anthology is a record of the exhibitions and commissioned texts from ‘Every Whisper is A Crash on my Ears’ a networked programme that took place at Arcadia Missa in 2013. It records both the exhibitions and the conversation and production that occurred around the artists’ work – such as interviews between Daniel Rourke and Dora Budor and Maja Cule – material which is not reducible to just context. Some of these conversations started before this programme and many continued well after – and so this anthology also includes texts by Elvia Wilk, Huw Lemmey and Marina Vishmidt and Neil Gray as well as artworks by Eloïse Bonneviot and Asta Meldal Lynge published as part of the continued conversations around the programme.
The Anthologies are produced alongside How to Sleep Faster, Arcadia Missa Publications’ journal, and are an integral part of a discourse on art after the internet forming around Arcadia Missa. The Anthologies record and expand on the practices of artists for who the exhibition space is just one of a network and narrative of sites, interventions, explorations and subjective responses to living and producing art after “the network”.’