Jesse Darling is an artist based in London, UK, and Berlin, Germany. Recent projects include 'Atrophilia' (with Phoebe Collings-James) at Company in New York, USA; a solo presentation 'The Great Near' at Arcadia_Missa, London, UK; 'Let Them Eat Cake/May One Without Hunger Lift the First Knife' in collaboration with Raju Rage at Block Universe Festival, UK (2016), and NTGNE, a sound performance for Serpentine Park Nights, London, UK, in 2015. Darling’s published texts include The Best British Poetry 2015 (Salt Press); Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the 21st Century (MIT Press, 2015) and Art After the Internet (Cornerhouse Books, 2014). Upcoming projects include a new book published with Capricious, New York, USA, and 'Mene Mene Tekel Parsin', a curated show at Wysing Arts Centre on text and (il)legibility in art practice. Darling’s solo presentation, 'Armes Blanches', open at Sultana, Paris, France, on 25 February.