Written with ease and adventure, the essays within Ha-Ha Crystal have the reader moving from tetrahedrons, through comic books to the architecture of John Portman and the films of Jacques Tati. As a host of things are put into contact with each other, thought takes shape and becomes crystalline.
‘Chris Fite-Wassilak writes like memory works. His essays move fluidly from one topic to another in cognitive association, but with a consistent rigour and tempo. Read his work and you’ll travel down a path without knowing which turns you’ve taken, only to find it was the only possible route, and you’re right where you should be.’ Adam Kaasa
Chris Fite-Wassilak is a writer and curator based in London. He frequently contributes to Art Monthly, Tate Etc., and other journals. His essays and articles elaborate on art, cultural histories and moments that break open to the uncertainties of chance.
Publication Date: 29 September 2016
Format: 130mm x 195mm
Paperback Extent: 96pp
Trade Distribution: Central Books Ltd