Thresholds, journal of visual culture: CFP - Inversions
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In a culture of avant-garde aesthetic production and critical, vanguardist scholarship, to be “subversive,” to mis-appropriate iconographic language, to mis-use architectural materials, or to deconstruct literary texts is more or less routine procedure. In fact, many claim that any attempts at inversion are often co-opted by the very power structures which they challenge. And yet this begs further consideration: Firstly what does it really mean to ‘invert’ something, and what, if anything, are such inversions meant to achieve?
This issue of Thresholds invites submissions of scholarly writing and other projects. All essays should be less than 2500 words. Please visit website for further information.
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