Rózsa Farkas is founding director and co-curator/editor of Arcadia Missa in London. She is also currently a Research fellow at Leuphana University's Post Media Lab, exploring affect in gender roles after the internet. Arcadia Missa is a gallery-publishers and independent research project, focusing on digital culture in art practice. Farkas' curation and writing sits across Arcadia Missa’s print and digital publications and gallery exhibitions, as well as projects outside of Arcadia Missa - such as an exhibition for tank.tv and texts for Mute Magazine and Nottingham Contemporary. Much of Arcadia Missa’s work and publications can be found through their website http://arcadiamissa.com/.