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Art and Freedom of Expression

Call for papers

  • 26 Aug 2012
    OsloOslo 

The next issue of Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics will discuss how art can promote freedom of expression.

Call for papers – Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics
http://seismopolite.com

Theme: Art and Freedom of Expression
The next issue of Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics will discuss how art can promote freedom of expression.

Contributors from different disciplinary backgrounds are invited to submit articles, reviews or interviews that address this theme through a high variety of possible angles.

Topics may include (but are not restricted to):

- Forms, causes and consequences of censorship of art in countries and contexts worldwide.
- Art’s potential to create new prospects in political contexts where the freedom of expression/ Human Rights are violated.
- Artistic decolonization strategies; art’s potential to challenge and rewrite geopolitical, economic, cultural or historical master narratives, as well as to promote understanding of, and cooperation between peoples whose lives, voices and histories are suppressed/ alienated by such narratives.
- Minority perspectives in art.
- Art’s democratic role under global capitalism and neoliberal political geography.
- Advantages and obstacles pertaining to the globalized scene of contemporary art (and its center-periphery-relationships) in terms of freedom of expression.
- Art/ architecture/ literature/ film/ music/ theatre or other cultural events which address these topics.

We accept submissions continuously, but to make sure you are considered for the upcoming issue, please send your proposal/ draft, CV and samples of earlier work to submissions@seismopolite.com within August 15, 2012. Completed work will be due August 26, 2012. Commissioned works will be translated into Norwegian and published in a bilingual version.

Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics is a bilingual English and Norwegian quarterly, which investigates the possibilities of artists and art scenes worldwide to reflect and influence their local political situation. Read more about Seismopolite: http://seismopolite.com/about-us

Current issue: http://seismopolite.com
Previous issues: http://seismopolite.com/artandpolitics
Contact: submissions@seismopolite.com

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