The purpose of In[ ]Visible Culture is to provide a forum for critical approaches to the production and analysis of cultural objects. The journal features essays and art projects that address contemporary issues within visual studies. In an effort to encourage lively discussions and debates, the publication entertains the wide spectrum of methodological and disciplinary approaches (including postcolonial, feminist, marxist, psychoanalytic, and queer theories) being applied to the study of visual culture. As the journal's title suggests, the discourse of the visible continually negotiates the limits of what can be visually perceived. In order to further these discussions, the journal also features work that addresses the problematics raised by, among other things, the notion of ocularcentrism, claims for a "pictorial turn" in discourse, and the opposition of word and image.
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