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The latest publication in BAK's Critical Reader Series explores the metaphor of the horizon and the linkage between contemporary art and political imagination. The horizon is commonly taken to be the line marking that which is beyond reach, obscured, or declared impossible by the dominant order. But could the horizon be recharged - via artistic and political imaginaries - with potentially liberating significance? Based on one of BAK's idea-driven symposia, this collection of speculative new texts by artists, philosophers, theorists, and art historians examines the genealogy of the horizon in philosophy and art. Contributions by Nancy Adajania & Ranjit Hoskote, Jodi Dean, T.J. Demos, Sharon Hayes, Ernesto Laclau, Peter Osborne, Alexei Penzin & Dmitry Vilensky, Simon Sheikh, Hito Steyerl and Ultra-red.
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Book Description Post Editions, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9460830374