Appel à publication : « Borders and the Global Contemporary »

 Journal, issue : Borders and the Global Contemporary

Deadline: Sep 22, 2012

INTERVENTIONS JOURNAL COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY FALL 2012 – CALL FOR CONTENT Volume 2, Issue 1 – Borders and the Global Contemporary Interventions Journal is seeking content for its next issue, “Borders and the Global Contemporary,” which will concentrate on the challenges of artistic production, dissemination, and exhibition as they respond to current geopolitical conditions and shifting permeability across physical (geographic) and abstract (economic and social) borders. In conjunction with this issue, a panel discussion entitled, “Homeland Security: Borders and the Global Contemporary,” will take place at Columbia University on October 3, 2012. To submit content, please email an abstract of your project of no more than 300 words and a short bio of no more than 100 words to by September 15, 2012. Submissions will be reviewed and those whose proposals have been selected will be notified by September 22, 2012. Complete projects and texts will be due October 15, 2012, and should not exceed 6,000 words. Contributors are responsible for copyediting their texts prior to final submission and for attaining rights to all images provided for publication. ABOUT Interventions is conceptualized as a curatorial platform featuring essays, interviews, web-based art projects, and experimental investigations of the implicit cross-sections between these practices. Flexible in format, the project aims to cultivate dialogue amongst a diverse body of participants including curators, artists, and art and architectural historians in order to establish a common space and archive of exchange. Launched in 2011, in conjunction with Columbia University’s graduate program in Modern Art: Critical & Curatorial Studies (MODA), by Ceren Erdem, Jaime Schwartz, and Lisa Williams, Interventions is currently edited by Carmen Falcioni, Carmen Ferreyra, and Cecelia Thornton-Alson.

Source :  CFP: Interventions Journal, issue: Borders and the Global Contemporary.

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