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CFP SPECIAL ISSUE: Art & Speculative Futures
http://journals.uoc.edu/index.php/artnodes/pages/view/call-for-papers-art-speculative-futures
Editors: Pau Alsina and Vanina Hofman

As a follow-up of the International Conference Art and Speculative Futures that took place in Barcelona in October 2016, we are now preparing a Special Issuefor Artnodes Journal that will be published in May 2017.

Call for papers

Thinking about art from the prism of speculation may involve the creation of alternative futures. Introducing doubt, babbling, the “what ifs”, counter-memory against the ideal need of a primal origin (or source of meaning where we recognize each other) and being open to discontinuity, chance and materiality in history means asking ourselves if it is possible to both make and think about art in different ways.

Within this framework, we seek to explore multiple and diverse art histories, ignored or omitted, including artists, materials, technologies or excluded geopolitical zones of repeated and commonly accepted stories. Histories that point to others presents and futures, which need to be investigated and revealed from a cosmopolitical perspective. A space of coexistence of the otherness without the need of articulating consensus: a space of coexistence in the divergence that accounts for our constitutive heterogeneity.

The next special issue of Artnodes will investigate alternative art histories that are committed to the material turn while moving forward, hand in hand, with methodological-theoretical perspectives such as media archaeology, new materialism, speculative realism or actor-network theory and social studies of science and technology exploring the world of the arts by means of speculation. Approaches that have already placed their focus on relationships, dismantling modern maxims that keep nature, society and technology confined.

Thematic lines for dialogue and discussion:

1. Divergent and uncategorizable art histories, from a non-linear temporal approach, linked to perspectives of media archaeology or anarchive on the one hand and heteronymous or abject art approaches on the other.

2. Processes of rendering visible and invisible agents and agencies in the arts, linked to discourses on the human and nonhuman – regardless of whether these are animals, microbes or things-, the Anthropocene and reconstruction of the relationship between nature, technology and society.

3. Processes of rupture, maintenance and repairing practices related to art and infrastructure, linked to exhibitions, museums and exhibition centers or production and research spaces, etc.

4. Cosmopolitical approaches from the arts whose anti-homogenizing potential aims at describing the possibilities of mutual co-existence and living with difference, understanding of the creation of any political horizon that is based on the creation of sustainable relationships with otherness.

5. Diffractive approaches to the arts from a situated knowledge related to posthumanism and postgender studies.

We invite authors to submit articles of no more than 5,000 words in Spanish or English before January 15, 2017 through the form available on the website. We therefore recommend to follow carefully the guide for authors available on the website of the magazine, and if I had any questions contact directly with publishers (publicacions@uoc.edu or the editor Vanina Hofman: vhofman@uoc.edu)

Artnodes is an open-access scientific journal promoted by the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) since 2002. It is published twice a year in May and November. Its articles come from public calls for papers and undergo double-blind peer review. Articles will be published in their original languages, and abstracts and metadata will be translated into Spanish, English and Catalan. The Journal is indexed in SCOPUS, ESCI WoS, ERIH Plus, MIAR, Carhus Plus + etc. You can find more information on the journal’s indexing and ranking from the corresponding section of the website.

Grup

Art, Arquitectura i Societat Digital és un grup de recerca que va sorgir el 1999, vinculat al Departament d’Història de l’Art de la UB, els objectius del qual giren entorn de l’estudi de diferents disciplines artístiques i arquitectòniques en relació amb les tecnologies de comunicació i informació i el món digital. El desenvolupament de tecnologies … Continua la lectura de Grup

Projectes d’investigació

Des del 2014 AASD desenvolupa el projecte d’investigació “Art, Arquitectura i Noves Materialitats” (HAR2014-59261-C2-1-P, concedit pel Ministeri d’Economia i Competitivitat), en col·laboració amb el seu grup filial “Arquitectures Genètiques” (ESARQ -UIC), originat al llarg de la trajectòria de AASD. Des del mateix any, AASD també és reconegut com Grup Consolidat Agència d’Ajuts Universitaris de la … Continua la lectura de Projectes d’investigació

Congressos i jornades

VII JORNADAS INTERNACIONALES AASD “ARTE Y NATURALEZA EN EL SIGLO XXI: BIOARTE Y MÁS ALLÁ” Días 15 y 16 de julio de 2016. Con el advenimiento del nuevo milenio las históricas relaciones entre arte y naturaleza siguen más vivas que nunca. La noción de “Naturaleza” se encuentra atravesada por múltiples vectores que la afectan material … Continua la lectura de Congressos i jornades

Publicacions

Artnodes. Revista de Arte, Ciencia y Tecnología. Art Matters I. 15. 2015 Con textos de Pau Alsina y Ana Rodríguez Granell, Helen Pritchard y Jane Prophet; Nuria Peist; Carles Sora y Sergi Jordà; Sergio Martínez Luna; Tincuta Heinzel; María de la O Artiles Burgos y Javier Boned Purkiss; Jesús Fernando Monreal Ramírez, Ana Del Castillo; … Continua la lectura de Publicacions

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