Historial de la revista

The journal is associated to the research group initially established in 2010 under the working title “Atlas of contemporary art and visuality in a globalized world”. Very early one, its aim was to address the emergence of a particular type of discourse on otherness in contemporary arts practice as well as curatorial, theory and historiographic practices. Some of the main research questions included: Who has the authority to speak up for a particular group’s notion of identity or authenticity? How do self and other dialogue and clash in interethnic relations? What narratives are mobilized to explain the current spectrum of local movements? How can the “local” be integrated into the global?



RCUBRCUBDeclaraci ticaAvs LegalCentre de Recursos per a l'Aprenentatge i la InvestigaciUniversitat de Barcelona