"Toward a Migratory Turn. Art History and the Meaning of Flight, Migration and Exile"
The contribution as part of the international Handbook of Art and Global Migration. Theories, Practices, and Challenges offers a comprehensive study of the connection between exile/migration, art production and art theory. The essay points to the need for an anti-linear, multi-perspectival and horizontal reconceptualization and recanonization of art history in a transnational or transcultural perspective (which also would have to include a historiography of migration in art), for the primacy of a mobile or migratory aesthetics and a kinetic theory of the migrant image. The goal is to open discussions toward a migratory turn within the discipline.