Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 8.2-3 is out now!
Intellect is pleased to announce that Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 8.2-3 is out now!
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Aims and Scope
The Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (JCCA) is a scholarly forum for the presentation of new research into and critical debate on or concerned with the subject of contemporary Chinese art. While the journal addresses contemporary art produced by artists from mainland China since the late 1970s as a significant focus for research and critical debate, it also seeks to engage critically with the relationship between contemporary art and Chinese cultural identity against the background of present-day globalization and trans-nationalism.
The journal therefore not only welcomes contributions that address contemporary art produced in mainland China as well as Hong Kong-Macau and Taiwan, but also in relation to diasporic and trans-national Chinese cultural communities world-wide. The journal also welcomes contributions that address the relationship between Chinese cultural thought and practice and contemporary art of non-Chinese origin.
The JCCA is conceived as a platform for the publication of high quality writing in accordance with the established conventions of academic discourse. However, it does not limit itself solely to contributions from academic researchers. It is recognized that others working outside the Academy, including artists, curators and critics, have important insights into the nature and significance of contemporary Chinese art. Consequently, contributions to the JCCA from cultural practitioners and professionals working outside the Academy are strongly welcomed. There is also an understanding that while the JCCA seeks to uphold the highest academic standards in terms of editorial and peer-review, it should be open to innovative forms of presentation in support of differing interpretative perspectives. The
JCCA’s engagement with cultural institutions and cultural practitioners outside the Academy is intended not only as a means of supporting knowledge exchange but also the development of collaborative relationships between academics, artists and curators.
YAN WU AND MATTHEW WALL
STEFANIE YUEN KING CHOW
ADA XIAOYU HAO
(GWEN) KUAN-YING KUO
CHEN DANQING AND JIANG JIEHONG
GU ZHENG AND JIANG JIEHONG