Obieg No. 3: Polishness - the Meanings and Practices of National Identity
Edited by Krzysztof Gutfrański
The third issue of Obieg takes on board new developments in the “national sensorium” and current attempts at creating “hybrid” forms of Polish identity and the practices of its transgression. This issue combines the perspective of researchers from Poland and abroad as well as specialists and commentators reflecting on the issue of Polish identity in relation to the conflict in Ukraine, the global immigration crisis and the proliferation of right-wing movements, in the context of human rights.
Obieg is a quarterly magazine on art and culture, providing an interface for combining different narrative formulas with cutting-edge networking outside of the dominant art hubs. Obieg appears in four thematic issues a year, available online free of charge, in bilingual versions: Polish and English. It documents the present state of "global contemporary" art by combining critique and in-depth theoretical texts with non-academic investigations, essays, and images.