Wandering Concepts / Putujúce Koncepty
Editor: Denisa Tomková
Contributors: Sara Ahmed, Laura Amann, Jay Bernard, Jos Boys, Judith Butler, Simone R. Caljouw, Elio Choquette, Emanuele Coccia, Angela Dimitrakaki, Luki Essender, Mikkel Krause Frantzen, Marina Garcés, Jack Halberstam, Aziza Harmel, Walidah Imarisha, Barbara Kapusta, Grant Kester, Dávid Koronczi, Jen Kratochvil. Sophie Lewis, Paul Maheke, José Esteban Muñoz, Lola Olufemi, Lara Perry, Julius Pristauz, Legacy Russell, Raoni Saleh, Joy Mariama Smith, Kathryn Bond Stockton, Rob Withagen
Translation: Denisa Tomková; Copyediting: Zuzana Andrejco Ferusová; Graphic Design: Lukáš Kollár
ISBN 978-80-973924-2-0 (print) ISBN 978-80-973924-3-7 (digital)
The book Wandering Concepts acknowledges the connectiveness of the peripheries and seeing ourselves situated in the transnational network. Opening to “wandering concepts” also means opening to critical thinking, to ideas, to sharing spaces and to understanding our local position in relation to the global system (political and historical forces). Through access to this common language of “wandering concepts”, we can imagine the alternative world we want to create. The essays in this anthology expand on the concepts proposed by Kunsthalle Bratislava’s exhibition programming, by providing further critical discursive thinking in the form of essays and poems by international thinkers. The book is divided into six chapters based on each exhibition project that these essays relate to.