Journal of Visual Culture ~ Visions of Contemporary Cuts, January 5, 2014: submission of first article draft of 1500 words.
VISIONS OF CONTEMPORARY CUTS
Journal of Visual Culture, in collaboration with the International Association for Visual Culture, Operational and Curatorial Research, the Museum of Contemporary Cuts and Kasa Gallery, is pleased to announce a new refereed issue titled Visions of Contemporary Cuts.
The issue is guest edited by Lanfranco Aceti, Sabanci University, Istanbul; and Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Visions of Contemporary Cuts is a special call for a refereed issue open to international scholars, curators, artists and thinkers who are provocatively discussing and analyzing the contemporary economic crisis as well as the meaning of the word 'cuts' and how these affect contemporary society.
This themed issue of Journal of Visual Culture seeks papers that address, although are not limited to, the following themes:
1 Cuts and their visual mythology in contemporary discourses
2 Cuts, protest and resistance
3 Narratives of cuts
4 Lives cut: suicides in the economic crisis
5 The visual politics of cutting
6 Cuts and social justice
7 Dreams cut: the failing of upward social mobility
8 Creative finance and art cuts
9 Comparative analyses between historical images of poverty and contemporary poverty
10 The role of media technology in distributing imageries and in creating narrative of cuts
11 How to curate the visuality of cuts and its social impact
12 Artistic practices in a time of crisis
13 Other related topics
Further details: http://www.lanfrancoaceti.com/2013/09/visions-of-contemporary-cuts/