An occasional journal that welcomes experimental and alternative forms of representing creative work. Peer-reviewed works, projects, and research thematically gravitating towards memory, forgetting, trauma and the archive; language/image; gender; software, materiality and mediality; international diaspora and post-colonialism; cultural engagement through food; role of art in peace meditation; performance activism; liminality; space/place; temporary architecture; foreignness, wandering ecologies, otherness and the uncanny.

Peer review process involves a minimum of three reviewers including editors, advisors and at least one peer.
Published by Transart Institute, www.transart.org, e-ISSN: 2334-2765.

About Transart: Exchange and connections across cultural boundaries, with intensives in Berlin and New York, Transart’s low-residency PhD, MFA and Certificate programs offer a plethora of input at residencies with innovative workshops, artist talks, pecha kuchas, walkshops, seminars, and cultural excursions; extensive individual and critiques; and performances, pop-up events and exhibitions to participate in. Offsite, students choose from a pool of international curators, artists and theorists for advisement on self-directed, independent creative projects.