The present volume of The Large Glass Journal 29/30 published in 2020 delineates ‘the migrant flows at the edge of artistic-political’and it comprises three parts ‘MIGRANT ARTS AS PRACTICES OF BEING POLITICAL, ‘MAPPING BORDERS AND FLOWS’ and ‘INTO THE DETENTION CENTRES AND PLACES OF SHRINKING VISIBILITIES’. This contributes to the contemporary debate and visual articulations regarding the on-going displacement and exclusions that are happening today and where much remains to be done in terms of the humanitarian response.
The contributors to this issue are Thomas Nail, Stefan Jonsson, Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary, Maggie O’Neill, John Perivolaris, Richard Mosse, Nishat Awan, Nicolas Lambert, Krista Lynes, Zineb Sedira, Allan deSouza, Francis Alys, Robert Atanasovski, Bishnupriya Ghosh, MINIPOGON, Laurent Gutierrez, Valerie Portefaix and Franco “Bifo” Berardi.
Editor-in-Chief: Tihomir Topuzovski
The publication of the journal is supported by the Ministry of Culture of Republic of North Macedonia
The Large Glass Journal is printed in English language