"On Money" (Special Issue/Forum)
Call for Papers and Projects

Liminalities seeks submissions of performance projects, video and audio pieces, essays, position papers, artist pages, and other works that explore the theme of “money” in terms of performance and performativity. As the unstable fabulation of the money system has shown in recent years, money is a dangerous and fickle performer. Money performs; yet, significantly, money is also something performed (by individuals, institutions, and nations). Possible topics for addressing money and performance include (but are not limited to):

Money as a weapon
Money as medium
Money as magic
Money and fabulation
Money and risk
Money and reward
Money as art objects/subjects
Money metaphors
Performance and “markets”
Biopower and biopolitics
Modernity and altermodernity
Alternative economies

Please send abstracts or descriptions of projects to Michael LeVan (mlevan@tampabay.rr.com or mlevan@usf.edu) by 15 October 2011. Completed works of accepted proposals should be submitted by 15 February 2012. Anticipated publication date is 1 June 2012.

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