Collected Writings on Art and Sound, 1976–2018
302 pp, 6 x 9 in, hardback
Published by Goldsmiths Press
A rich collection of essays tracing the relationship between art and sound.
Inflamed Invisible collects more than four decades of David Toop's essays, reviews, interviews, and experimental texts, drawing us into the company of artists and their concerns, not forgetting the quieter, unsung voices. The volume is an offering, an exploration of strata of sound that are the crossing points of sensory, intellectual, and philosophical preoccupations, layers through which objects, thoughts and air itself come alive as the inflamed invisible.