“explores how a fluid sense of self is fabricated in our digital present via a supply chain of objects, ideas and experiences”
Emotional Supply Chains explores how a fluid sense of self is fabricated in our digital present via a supply chain of objects, ideas and experiences. Although we increasingly interact within 'virtual' space, this remains bound to tangible locations and circumstances. The exhibiting artists reflect on the tensions between confinement and escape, happiness and anxiety, and presence and absence.
Produced in an edition of 750 to coincide with the exhibition Emotional Supply Chains, 24 March – 17 July 2016. Including texts by exhibition curator Paul Luckraft, writer Laurence Scott, and poet Sam Riviere. In addition, each of the 17 exhibiting artists was invited to contribute material, resulting in a unique collection of interviews, essays, flash fiction and comic book illustrations.
Designed by Burgess and Beech