Building on Macarena Gómez-Barris’s The Extractive Zone, a group of artist-activist-scholars addresses the question of how we might inhabit viewpoints beyond the extractive view.
This dossier ponders the rise of Global Asia discourse in the academy and beyond, proposing that an approach grounded in critical aesthetics retains the concept's potential to critique and unearth transnational formations of power and their counter-possibilities.
“Reflections on Disruptive Film” collects texts that articulate, meditate on, or respond to the short films from Disruptive Film: Everyday Resistance to Power, curated by Ernest Larsen and Sherry Millner.
This periscope extends a conversation that took place on the occasion of the book launch held at New York University on April 30, 2016 to mark the publication of Allen Feldman’s Archives of the Insensible: Of War, Photopolitics, and Dead Memory (University of Chicago Press, 2015). Papers presented here are by Jonathan Beller, Talal Asad, Drucilla Cornell, and Allen Feldman.