Jesse Darling

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.

The derelict Croydon airport, Batman as a sainted figure, and a potential new work: a road movie going nowhere

BY Jesse Darling | 13 FEB 17