Afterall is pleased to present issue 31, Autumn/Winter 2012, which looks at forms of migration: from the political agency of migrating subjects to queer assaults on static definitions of identity. Focusing in particular on the shifting political geography of former Eastern Europe and Central Asia, we also look at how constructs such as East and West have been considered by artists working in this territory.
In the opening essay, Vassilis S. Tsianos and Dimitris Papadopoulos suggest that today’s transnational migration constitutes the death drive of capitalism, questioning at once national sovereignty and the Left’s political horizon.
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