Image: Grey Hope: the persistence of Melancholy, 2006
Atopia Projects is a curatorial and publishing initiative run by Gavin Morrison and Fraser Stables . It releases publications related to a diversity of art, architecture and cultural subjects. In particular it seeks to articulate the circumstances and pragmatics associated with cultural production. This often takes the form of publications accompanying or relating to an exhibition or other event.
Previous titles include:
Brett Davidson: GLASS HOUSE, 2011. A narrative excursion through the hinterland of modern America.
Lifting: Theft in Art, 2009. A publication exploring the theoretical and moral implications of artists who have stolen to create art.
BEAT STREULI BRUXELLES MIDI, 2006. An artist's book realized in conjunction with an exhibition at University Gallery, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Grey Hope: The Persistence of Melancholy, 2006. Editor, Sigrid Sandström and Atopia Projects. An idiosyncratic compendium of texts and artists’ work that relates to an understanding of melancholy as a contributing essence to a rounded psychic landscape.