The Opticon

Torque inhabited the Claude Parent structure in Tate Liverpool’s Wolfson Gallery, and produced a booksprinted newspaper on the themes of security, privacy and surveillance.

The final publication is designed by Mark Simmonds, it  includes poetry by J.R. Carpenter, Mez Breeze, S.J. Fowler, Patricia Farrell, Rhys Trimble, Curt Cloninger and more, alongside work written in the gallery by Erica Scourti and Christian Fuchs, and 10,000 words of raw data gathered from members of the public.