Rózsa Farkas is Director and co-curator/editor of Arcadia Missa in London. Arcadia Missa is a gallery-publishers and independent research project, focusing on digital culture in art practice, and processes of self organisation after the internet. Her practice is located in curation and writing, which sit across Arcadia Missa's print and digital publications and gallery exhibitions, as well as projects outside of Arcadia Missa - such as an upcoming exhibition for tank.tv and text for Nottingham Contemporary. Much of Arcadia Missa's work and publications can be found through http://arcadiamissa.com/. Rózsa's research at the Post-Media Lab focuses on both research and practice of *Organisation After Networks*, looking at affect theory within conversations on material realities, and propositions for subversion and organisation out of communicative capitalism within networks. This research will culminate in a new text, built out of much of the practice during her fellowship, encompassing collective writing, public discussions, and in association with Arcadia Missa's fourth print journal and third ejournal.